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Lexicon International School
1/84 Dammadassi Mawatha

Sri Lanka
Coordinates7°18′19″N 80°38′20″E / 7.3053°N 80.6390°E / 7.3053; 80.6390Coordinates: 7°18′19″N 80°38′20″E / 7.3053°N 80.6390°E / 7.3053; 80.6390
TypeInternational School
MottoLatin: Labor omnia vincit
English:"Hard work conquers all"
(quote from the Georgics)
DirectorThilak Rajakaruna
PrincipalP. Damunupola
Medium of languageEnglish
Color(s)         Red and Yellow

Lexicon International School is an English medium International School situated in Kandy, Sri Lanka.[1][2] It was established by Thilak Rajakaruna, a Sri Lankan businessman and an educationist in 2003. The School prepares its students for the Local GCE O/L,Local GCE A/L,Edexcel IGCSE,& Edexcel GCE and is a leading international School in the central province.[citation needed]

Houses[edit | edit source]

There are 3 houses at LIS, which are named after Greek gods and goddesses:

Lexicon International Kandy.

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  1. "First from Lexicon to win at John Tarbat". Sunday Observer. 2018-10-27. Retrieved 2019-02-16.
  2. "Kids Essays". The Sunday Times Sri Lanka. Retrieved 2019-02-16.

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