Most Frequently Asked Questions

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BC is committed to offer a holistic education that suits the requirements of the 21st century meeting the needs and challenges of every student in their academic, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual life. With a highly qualified faculty, we work to best equip our students with the cutting edge skills and knowledge parallel to the local and inter-national curriculum either for their higher studies or professional training. Because of this approach, students of BC gain admission to competitive courses at leading local and international universities throughout the world and are considered as preferred applicants for employment. It is our firm belief that in the complex modern world, we are able to offer a unique education to your daughters based on a Christian foundation that is well connected to our multi-cultural society.
We take students in at 4+ (Nursery), 5+ (Grade 1).

We advertise 2 weeks prior to issuing of applications. Usually in the Sunday Observer & Saturday Daily News papers.

Usually No! But if a vacancy arises during the year the concerned will be informed.

School fees and hostel fees can be paid directly by cash or cheque to one of our following bank accounts.

Bank of Ceylon – Account No. 74752991 /Nations Trust Bank – Account No. 006100021037

Pre printed separate bank pay in slips will be distributed together with the fees invoices.

  • The school fees invoice should be produced at the time of the payment. (compulsory)
  • Fill the pay in slip clearly. Please write your child’s admission number clearly and correctly.

Duplicate copies of the bank pay in slip should be produced to the school cashier.

To update your child’s fees account parents must produce and place the seal of the duplicate pay in slip.

If not your child’s school fees account will not be updated.

Yes! Children between the age of 5 and 10 years are considered, based on a first come first served basis

Strictly No! However under certain circumstances (such as health issues) permission will be granted at the discretion of the Principal.

General Questions

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The School assists students with learning difficulties to develop competency in literacy, numeracy and learning skills. The needs of students with learning difficulties are identified in primary school and the ESU (Educational Support Unit) will guide such students accordingly.
Physical, Psychological and Social safety is embedded into our school life. Our faculty is committed to listen to students. We do have a full time counsellor for all students, on matters of education or Psychological needs of a child inside the school. In addition we also have a complaint/inquiry process in place for any issue. Such process starts with the parent first meeting with the faculty member or Teacher-in-Charge. All unresolved issues could be discussed with the Principal via Sectional Heads. We are committed to make the best environment to our students.
BC students are known for their ability and achievement in sports. Our girls enjoy a rich and varied sporting programme and they embrace the opportunities with energy and enthusiasm. Our extensive facilities include 14 different sport activities including: Athletics, Basketball, badminton, Chess, Cricket, Diving, Hockey, Netball, Rowing, Scrabble, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis and Water-Polo. Highly professional coaches assist students to follow their sporting ambition, and flourish and excel in her chosen field.
  • I had a happy school life!
  • It has helped me to be a “Strong Woman”!
  • I am respected and admired!