Applications are invited from boys following Local and International curricula, who desire to join Trinity College in Grade 4, 6 or Grade 7 in January 2022. Places offered will be primarily in the Bi-Lingual Stream.
Trinity College Boarding option [available for students of Grade 04 and above] is strongly recommended for outstanding applicants from other districts.
Please ensure that the date of birth of the applicant is within the range specific to the grade given in the table below:
All applications are submitted online. A non-refundable application fee of Rs. 2,000 is payable at the time of the submission of the application.
For the online application form and other details relevant to the application process, please visit: https://trinitycollege.lk/admission-to-trinity-college
Detailed instructions on how to complete the form are available at this link. Please DO NOT attempt to access the online application form before the 21st of September.
When you do access the application process, and if you have technical problems, please mail email@example.com. Other practical problems may be solved by calling +94 81 223 4297 Extension 71 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The online application will be available from Tuesday, the 21st of September, and completed applications must be submitted online by 3.00 p.m. on Thursday the 30th of September, 2021.
We regret that no applications will be accepted after this date.
All applicants will be required to sit the Trinity College Entrance Examination. The dates and other details of the examination will be notified by email to all applicants. Selected applicants will be called for interviews following the examination.
Kindly note that Trinity College upholds a very high standard in all admission processes. Applicants are strongly advised not to solicit any assistance in view of obtaining admission. Under no circumstances should money or any other consideration be given to anyone claiming mediation in the process.
(A shorter version of this announcement is also carried in the Sunday Times and Sunday Observer on the 19th of September, 2021.)