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“What you give ought to be in direct relationship to what you’ve received. If you have been blessed with a great deal, then you have a lot of giving to do.” – Johnnetta B. Cole
This ethos of giving back what one has received is embodied in the Royal College Union fraternity, who delight in giving their time and resources to their beloved alma mater. They acknowledge that ‘mother’ Royal has given each student so much and it is each Royalist’s duty to give back. The beauty of reciprocity first starts by giving. Royal College nurtures its sons to becoming men of stature, and it is these men who strive to give back in countless measure..
Old Royalists and present students donate to the Cancer Hospital, Maharagama With many activities taking place to celebrate Vesak, the School Social Services League organised an ‘Osu Keda’ programme for patients and their visitors at the National Cancer Hospital on May 4th 2015. About 3000 people enjoyed a healthy drink after Vesak Poya day on account of the efforts of the old Royalists and present Royalists of the Social Services League.
Royal excel at the Triangular School’s Volleyball Championship 2015.
The Ananada-Nalanda-Royal Triangular Schools Volleyball Championship 2015, organised jointly by the Royal College Colombo and the Royal College Volleyball Advisory and Management Committee, was conducted successfully on October 14 at the Royal College Sports Complex, Colombo.READ MORE
Recently Completed Volunteer Projects
Schorlarship for science studentsRoyal College is an institution which provides Scholarships for students who have excelled exceptionally well in Academics and extra curricular activities, to enhance their knowledge and talents in International level and arena. Also, every year, admission vacancies to Royal College are available for students who achieve well in their grade 5 scholarship examination. (The bar mark varies every year according to examination department calculations)
Royal CollegeHere at Royal College, the entire school runs like the mechanism of a well oiled machine in order to produce the right kind of people. Set the stage for just the right kind of events. To bring out the best in those involved. Lessons learned and relearned during the past one hundred and seventy five years have tuned an excellence into the school which is illustrated today in both academics and sports. With a devoted student body and an exceptional staff, the Royal community runs full steam in an effort to edify Lankan youth.