For past days, this video went viral on social media making lots of shares and positive comments by its viewers. That is a reflection of the significance of our College’s efforts to make a healthy learning environment without boundaries. (Please note, the video you can see here is just a copy of the same video that was shared elsewhere in social media).
Boys in our generation are under tremendous pressure imposed by society demanding boys to strip their boyhood and forcefully embrace strict rules and regulations. Well but that is not the case in St. Anne’s College. We believe in freedom these boys deserve and make them embrace their own freedom and to respect the freedom and space of others. A College is a place where you see boys turn men. Our efforts are to make citizens with wisdom and humanity to contribute the progress of tomorrow’s mankind.
This video was captured at an event held on children's day.
College Old Boys can join with an evening full of joy as our Colombo Old Boys' Union is all ready to present you Annites Sing-Along with Sohan and the X-periments on September 12 from 7 PM at the Grand Orient Hotel, Colombo 1. The guest artist will be Sunil Perera of the Gypsies.
Tickets priced at Rs. 2,500 per head are inclusive of dinner.
Contact for reservations:
0777356840 - B.S. Weerasekera
0768613505 - Samantha Weliveriya
0777847129 - Ranjan de Silva
Congratulations Annites alumni Mr. Rajavarothiam Sampanthan (better known as R. Sampanthan) for being elected as the Leader of the Opposition in nation’s legislature. He is the first to represent the post from a community of ethnic minority in over three decades. Religious and ethnic tolerance has always been among the core values of St. Anne's College. Mr. Sampanthan is a live evidence of just that.
The College's Old Boys' Association will mark its 148th College Day with 'Back to School 2015' program on Sunday, 26th of July at the College premises.
The program will start with a Holy Mass at the College Chapel at 7.00 a.m. and conclude with a fellowship at 4.15 p.m.