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Source: Daily Mirror, 23rd June 2016

Jayanthi Kuru-Utumpala and Johann Peries are to share their experience of ‘Reaching the Summit’ with teenagers at Colombo School of Arts and Sciences on Thursday, June 30 from 4-5 p.m. Entrance is free.

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Source: The Island, 22nd June 2016

Jayanthi Kuru-Utumpala and Johann Peries will share their experience of ‘Reaching the Summit’ with teenagers at Colombo School of Arts and Sciences CSA Good Start Series on Thursday, June 30, 2016. Entrance is free.

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Source: Ceylon Today, 21st June 2016

‘Reaching the Summit’ with teenagers at Colombo School of Arts and Sciences CSA Good Start Series on Thursday, June 30, 2016 – Entrance Free

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Source: Daily News, 18th June 2016

The Colombo School of Arts and Sciences is to kick off the third year of its inspiring ‘Good Start Series’ with Everest conquerors Jayanthi Kuru-Utumpala and Johann Peries.

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Source: Education Times, 19th June 2016

With Sri Lanka being amongst the16 countries in the world where there has been a rise in the number of leprosy patients with six new patients being detected on a daily basis, the Colombo School of Arts, a newly established international school,recently organised a fund raiser in the form of a benefit concert titled ‘SPERO – Hope for Serendib’, which was held at the British School Auditorium. The concert had sitarist Pradeep Ratnayake as the main performer along with a host of other well known musicians in the industry such as Ananda Dabare, Ravibandu Vidyapati, Sureka Amarasinghe, Peshala Manoj, Karunarathne Bandara, Suraj Gunewardena and Isuru Pererawho offered their services free of charge for this worthy cause.

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Source: The Island, 28th October 2015

With Sri Lanka being amongst the16 countries in the world where there has been a rise in the number of leprosy patients with six new patients being detected on a daily basis, the Colombo School of Arts, a newly established international school, recently organized a fund raiser in the form of a benefit concert titled ‘SPERO – Hope for Serendib’, which was held at the British School Auditorium. The concert had  sitarist Pradeep Ratnayake as the main performer along with a host of other  well known musicians in the industry such as  Ananda Dabare, Ravibandu Vidyapati, Sureka Amarasinghe, Peshala Manoj, Karunarathne Bandara, Suraj Gunewardena and Isuru Perera who offered their services free of charge for this worthy cause.  

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Source: Sunday Observer, 1st November 2015

With Sri Lanka being amongst the16 countries in the world where there has been a rise in the number of leprosy patients with six new patients being detected on a daily basis, the Colombo School of Arts, a newly established international school, recently organized a fund raiser in the form of a benefit concert titled ‘SPERO – Hope for Serendib’, which was held at the British School Auditorium. The concert had  sitarist Pradeep Ratnayake as the main performer along with a host of other  well known musicians in the industry such as  Ananda Dabare, Ravibandu Vidyapati, Sureka Amarasinghe, Peshala Manoj, Karunarathne Bandara, Suraj Gunewardena and Isuru Perera who offered their services free of charge for this worthy cause.  

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Source: Daily News, 3rd November 2015

With Sri Lanka being amongst the16 countries in the world where there has been a rise in the number of leprosy patients with six new patients being detected on a daily basis, the Colombo School of Arts, a newly established international school, recently organized a fund raiser in the form of a benefit concert titled ‘SPERO – Hope for Serendib’, which was held at the British School Auditorium. The concert had  sitarist Pradeep Ratnayake as the main performer along with a host of other  well known musicians in the industry such as  Ananda Dabare, Ravibandu Vidyapati, Sureka Amarasinghe, Peshala Manoj, Karunarathne Bandara, Suraj Gunewardena and Isuru Perera who offered their services free of charge for this worthy cause.  

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Source: Ceylon FT, 27th October 2015

With Sri Lanka being amongst the16 countries in the world where there has been a rise in the number of leprosy patients with six new patients being detected on a daily basis, the Colombo School of Arts, a newly established international school, recently organized a fund raiser in the form of a benefit concert titled ‘SPERO – Hope for Serendib’, which was held at the British School Auditorium. The concert had  sitarist Pradeep Ratnayake as the main performer along with a host of other well known musicians in the industry such as  Ananda Dabare, Ravibandu Vidyapati, Sureka Amarasinghe, Peshala Manoj, Karunarathne Bandara, Suraj Gunewardena and Isuru Perera who offered their services free of charge for this worthy cause.  

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Source: Ceylon FT, 18th October 2015

Principal, Colombo School of Arts (CSA) - the international school affiliated to Imperial Institute of Higher Education (IIHE) in Colombo - Shaleeka Jayalath and Director Education at IIHE Dr Thilaka Weerakoon said that they are pleased to announce that students who take their London A-Levels at CSA will have direct admission to four Salford Degrees. Additionally a concession on tuition fees will be granted. “What’s more”, Jayalath added, “students will also have the opportunity to study at Salford in their third year if they wish to”.

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Source: The Island, 10th September 2015

The future of Global Tourism, especially in Asia, is said to grow and expand over the next decade. Hence, it is imperative that professionals in the tourism and hospitality trades be prepared to face and overcome the challenges that the future will bring for the industry. Colombo School of Arts (CSA), an international school with a mission to inspire and empower students by providing them with a holistic education, is pleased to announce that the school now offers the Cambridge International AS- and A-Level Travel and Tourism as part of its curriculum. This makes CSA the only international school in the country at present that is geared to offer this important, internationally recognized course for A-Level students. 

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Source: FT, 15th September 2015

The future of Global Tourism, especially in Asia, is said to grow and expand over the next decade. Hence, it is imperative that professionals in the tourism and hospitality trades be prepared to face and overcome the challenges that the future will bring for the industry. Colombo School of Arts (CSA), an international school with a mission to inspire and empower students by providing them with a holistic education, is pleased to announce that the school now offers the Cambridge International AS- and A-Level Travel and Tourism as part of its curriculum. This makes CSA the only international school in the country at present that is geared to offer this important, internationally recognized course for A-Level students. 

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Source: Education Times, 27th September 2015

Ms Shaleeka Jayalath, Principal, Colombo School of Arts (CSA) - the international school affiliated to Imperial Institute of Higher Education (IIHE) in Colombo, and Dr Thilaka Weerakoon, Director Education at IIHE, said that they are pleased to announce that students who take their London A-Levels at CSA will have direct admission to four Salford Degrees. Additionally a concession on tuition fees will be granted. “What’s more”, Jayalath added, “students will also have the opportunity to study at Salford in their third year if they wish to”.

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Source: Daily FT, 17th September 2015

The future of Global Tourism, especially in Asia, is said to grow and expand over the next decade. Hence, it is imperative that professionals in the tourism and hospitality trades be prepared to face and overcome the challenges that the future will bring for the industry. Colombo School of Arts (CSA), an international school with a mission to inspire and empower students by providing them with a holistic education, is pleased to announce that the school now offers the Cambridge International AS- and A-Level Travel and Tourism as part of its curriculum. This makes CSA the only international school in the country at present that is geared to offer this important, internationally recognized course for A-Level students. 

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Source: Sunday Times, 13th September 2015

The future of Global Tourism, especially in Asia, is said to grow and expand over the next decade. Hence, it is imperative that professionals in the tourism and hospitality trades be prepared to face and overcome the challenges that the future will bring for the industry. Colombo School of Arts (CSA), an international school with a mission to inspire and empower students by providing them with a holistic education, is pleased to announce that the school now offers the Cambridge International AS- and A-Level Travel and Tourism as part of its curriculum. This makes CSA the only international school in the country at present that is geared to offer this important, internationally recognized course for A-Level students. 

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