Methodist Central College

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Methodist Central College
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Methodist Central College
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30000

Sri Lanka
Coordinates 7°42′41.40″N81°41′52.10″E / 7.7115000°N 81.6978056°E / 7.7115000; 81.6978056 Coordinates: 7°42′41.40″N81°41′52.10″E / 7.7115000°N 81.6978056°E / 7.7115000; 81.6978056
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Other nameMCC
School type Public provincial 1AB
MottoIn Lumine Tuo Lumen
(From darkness towards light)
Religious affiliation(s) Methodism
Denomination Methodist Church in Sri Lanka
Founded1814 July 29th
FounderSir. Willium Ault
School districtBatticaloa Education Zone
Authority Eastern Provincial Council
PrincipalMr. Baskaran
ChaplainRev. Clergy Methodist Church
Grades1-13
Years offered6-19
GenderBoys
Number of students1700+
LanguageTamil Medium
HousesHoltom,Ault,Somanadher
Colour(s)Green and Yellow
Song"Land of a birth We pledge to thee.."
SportsCricket,Football
YearbookCentral light

Methodist Central College is a provincial school in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. [1]

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References

  1. "Province - Eastern" (PDF). Schools Having Bilingual Education Programme. Ministry of Education. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-07-10.