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Source: Daily Mirror, 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: Daily News, 9th 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: The Nation, 2nd August 2015

There were two students in when it first began. This was in January. Six more have since joined. It’s small even now. Not easy to spot out. Yes, there is a board that announces name. But you can miss it. Size doesn’t (seem to) matter, at least not to those who’re charting or have a stake in its future. That's what strikes you at first.

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Source: Daily Mirror, 31st July 2015

The latest ‘Pradeepanjali’ concert,  titled ‘SPERO – Hope for Serendib’, will be  held at the British School  Auditorium on the 1st of August  presented  by the Colombo School  of Arts ( CSA )  as a fund raiser to buy electronic wheelchairs and other individually custom-made equipment for the incapacitated leprosy inmates  at the Leprosy Hospital in Hendala , as well as help to create awareness of the disease in order to promote early detection, diagnosis and treatment .

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Source: The Island, 27th July 2015

The latest 'Pradeepanjali' concert,titled 'SPERO - Hope for Serendib', will be held at the British School Auditorium on August 1, presented by the Colombo School of Arts (CSA ) as a fund raiser to buy electronic wheelchairs and other individually custom-made equipment for the incapacitated leprosy inmates at the Leprosy Hospital in Hendala , as well as help to create awareness of the disease in order to promote early detection, diagnosis and treatment. 

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Source: Sunday Observer, 19th July 2015

Sri Lanka is amongst the 16 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. In 2014, a total of 2280 new patients were detected, with 50% of them being from the western province, and 25% of the total being from the Colombo district. Transmission of this disease is not under control as more child cases and female cases are reported along with many high endemic pockets of leprosy patients have been detected. 

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Source: Education Times, 19th July 2015

Sri Lanka is amongst the 16 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. In 2014, a total of 2280 new patients were detected, with 50% of them being from the western province, and 25% of the total being from the Colombo district. Transmission of this disease is not under control as more child cases and female cases are reported along with many high endemic pockets of leprosy patients have been detected. 

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Source: Daily Mirror, 14th July 2015

With the aim of helping to create awareness of this dreaded disease in order to promote early detection, diagnosis and treatment of the disease and to also better the lives of those who are already affected and residing at the Leprosy Hospital in Hendala, the students of the Colombo School of Arts (CSA), a newly established international school, have initiated a fund raiser to buy electronic wheelchairs and other individually custom-made equipment for the incapacitated inmates.  

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Source: Sunday Times, 12th July 2015

The Colombo School of Arts (CSA) is an international school preparing students for Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) O-Level and A-Level programmes. The school focuses on and specializes in offering a comprehensive educational experience to young people who are 14 years of age and above.

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Source: Ceylon FT, 10th July 2015

Sri Lanka is amongst the 16 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.

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Source: The Island, 7th July 2015

Sri Lanka is amongst the 16 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. In 2014, a total of 2280 new patients were detected, with 50% of them being from the western province, and 25% of the total being from the Colombo district. Transmission of this disease is not under control as more child cases and female cases are reported along with many high endemic pockets of leprosy patients have been detected. 

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Source: Daily News, 7th July 2015

Sri Lanka is amongst the 16 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.

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Source: Daily FT, 22nd May 2015

A Cambridge associate school offering the Cambridge International curriculum, The Colombo School of Arts (CSA) opened its academic space for education on 19 January. Offering a comprehensive educational experience to young people who are 14 years of age and above, the school operates between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the week. Providing a bit of a background on CSA, the Principal Shaleeka Jayalath explained how the school came to be.

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Source: The Nation, 17th May 2015

Can we pinpoint the beginning of art? Are its origins in the cave paintings of Africa, Spain or France? Are they still to be discovered or have they been lost forever? We may never know. What we do know is that the earliest people had two occupations; hunting and art. 

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Source: Sunday Island, 17th May 2015

Ms Shaleeka Jayalath - Principal, Colombo School of Arts (CSA) - the international school affiliated to IIHE in Colombo, said that she is pleased to announce that students who take their London A-Levels at CSA will have direct admission to four Salford degree programmes with additionally a concession on tuition fees. “What’s more”, she added “students will also have the opportunity to study at Salford in their third year.”

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