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Fr. Principal Araliya Jayasundara OSB "We must shun and transcend the culture of mediocrity and embrace an organic model of education that celebrates diversity, encourages curiosity, and enhances creativity. It is a paradigm in education management that empowers the teacher and improves teaching."

Our goal is to encourage every Trinitian to be part of the next generation of Leaders in Sri Lanka.


Read more +05 January 2022 By Website Editor in Chapel, News

Photographs of the Paynter Murals in the Chapel

This appeal goes out to our Old Boys, former Staff Members, Members of the extended Trinity family and Well-wishers. The College is in urgent need of pre-1990 colour photographs of the Murals. The College has recently undertaken a big project to restore and protect the valuable David Paynter Murals in the Chapel and such photographs
Read more +04 January 2022 By Website Editor in College, News

Inviting Trinity Architects

As we celebrate the T150 Sesquicentennial Anniversary of our Alma Mater, I invite Old Boys who are professional architects to join us in mapping out all Trinity Spaces [land and buildings] in view of optimum and creative utilization of these facilities for the benefit of our students. Our desire is to preserve the grand aura of the Trinity
Read more +31 December 2021 By Jayageeth Basnayake in Basketball, College, News, Sports

Trinity’s first shots in 20 months – 3×3 Basketball Championship 2021

The Trinity College Basketball players return to the court after a pause of 20 months due to Covid-19 at the 3×3 Basketball Championship organised by the Kandy District Basketball Association (KDBA) and held on the 29th of December 2021 at the St. Anthony’s Girls’ College Basketball Court. Trinity Blue emerged 2nd runners up in the
Read more +27 December 2021 By Website Editor in College, News, Rugby, Sports

Trinity crowned Champions of Central Province Dialog Schools Rugby 7s

Trinity College 7s Rugby team emerged Cup Champions at the Central Province Dialog Schools’ Rugby 7s. The matches were held at the Trinity College Rugby Stadium – Pallekele on 27th December 2021. Master Ravindu Wickramasinghe was awarded ‘Player of the Tournament’. Trinity played against the following schools: Trinity vs Sri Rahula College – 50:00 Trinity
Read more +23 December 2021 By Website Editor in Badminton, College, News, Sports

Mahen Wijesundara secures 3 wins at the 69th National Badminton Championship 2021

We are delighted to note that Trinity Badminton Player Master Mahen Wijesundara has secured 3 victories at the recently concluded 69th National Badminton Championship held at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium from 13th to 19th December 2021. The tournament was organized by the Sri Lanka Badminton Association. Mahen achieved the following: Under 19 Singles – 3rd
Read more +23 December 2021 By Website Editor in College, Karate, News, Sports

Trinity bags 6 medals at the All Island Karate Tournament 2021

Trinity Karate players participated at the All Island Karate Tournament held at the Bandaragama Indoor Courts on 22 December 2021. The following players were awarded medals: Hesitha Weerasekara (Gold Medal) Sudesh Jaysinghe (Gold Medal) Nadula Wathurakumbura (Silver Medal) Damith Pathirana (Bronze Medal) Mohammed Ishqullah (Bronze Medal) Shamika Abeysinghe (Bronze Medal) Our congratulations to the team


Upper School

The Upper School provides multiple academic and extra-curricular opportunities within a stimulating environment; thereby enabling our boys to develop the life-skills to become leaders at all levels of society.

The Middle School aims to create hard-working, creative, active and disciplined students, who are encouraged to think for themselves. Academic study is balanced by a wide variety of sports and extra-curricular activities.

The Junior School has a broad-based development approach for its students and provides facilities for sports and encourages their involvement in the numerous clubs and societies

The Kindergarten gives very young children their initial experience of school and of Trinity College. The initial educational stepping stones are securely laid here, with formal classroom activities closely linked to creativity and play.


Kumar Sangakkara

International cricketer and former captain of the Sri Lankan national team
Why I love my school is that it has the strength, the traditions, and the foundation upon which to evolve, to become anew.
We do not own Trinity, we are caretakers. It is our responsibility and duty to ensure that Trinity benefits, not just our own children, but it benefits our country, our society, and the world at large. Because, it is only through us and the generations of future Trinitians that the world will truly recognise how great Trinity is.


Former UN Under-Secretary-General

For me the Trinity Chapel, created by Fraser’s commitment, Gaster’s architectural design and the K.L.B.Tennekoon-led team of artisans, symbolizes the ethos of Trinity - rooted in the bedrock of indigenous tradition, tolerant of diversity and exposed to winds of change.
As a scholarship holder in a private fee-levying school Trinity taught me that elitism in society can neither be bought nor bequeathed: it is earned through talent and hard work.
Generations of Trinitians have leavened our country in all spheres. They were patriotic citizens with a sensitive social conscience; humbled by their inclusive value-based Trinity experience sharing it with the less privileged.