List of schools in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka

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The following is a list of schools in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka.


Ampara District

National schools

Provincial schools

Private schools

Sussex college, Ampara

International schools

Batticaloa District

National schools

Provincial schools

Private schools

Unique international school, kattankudy-01, eastern international college, good shepherd college

Trincomalee District

National schools

Provincial schools

Private schools

Bond international school, Cambridge international school, Liverpool international school, Goodwill international school, Greenwich international school,

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