|Nihara Waravita represented Sri Lanka at the Asian Rowing Federation Under 16 Competition in Thailand. She also competed at ASRA in Singapore and won silver in the Double Sculls. At the Sri Lanka Schools Rowing Association Regatta she won gold in the Double Sculls and Under 16 Sculls.|
|Dilekha Goonewardene was placed 1st place in the 400m Freestyle, 2nd place in the 200m Individual Medley and 2nd in the 100m Backstroke events at Sri Lanka Schools. She was the Under 19 Overall Champion at the Pentathlon Championships. She represented Sri Lanka at the South Asian Aquatic Championships in Colombo and came 3rd in the 200m Individual Medley and 2nd in the 200m Backstroke events. She also came 1st in the Age Groups in 200m Backstroke.|
|Shenara David was selected to represent Sri Lanka at the SAAC Games held in Colombo, where she took part in the 800m event and 4x100m event and the 4x200m Freestyle relays.|
|Dunyasha Hewagama was placed 2nd in the 50m Backstroke event at the Sri Lanka Schools Swimming Championship and was also placed 2nd at the 50m Backstroke event at the All Island School Games.|
|Clara Nithiyaparan was placed 2nd in the Black Belt category in the Kumite event in the Under 21 age group at the Sri Lanka National Karate – Do Federation Tournament.|
|David was placed 2nd at the Western Province Athletics Meet in the Under 15 age group and placed 3rd in the same event at the the Sir John Tarbot Senior Athletics Championship. At the All Island Schools Games held in October she was placed 2nd in the shot put in the Under 15 age group. She was also placed 3rd in the same event at the Junior Tarbot Athletic Meet held in Embilipitiya.|
|Senuri Peiris was placed 2nd in the 800m event at the Western Province Athletic Meet.|
|Awahnee Mendis received the High Achievement Award, which is the highest standard mark in Sri Lanka, in English Literature from the Cambridge Examination Board in June 2016.|
|Hayati Rassool received the High Achievement Award, which is the highest standard mark in Sri Lanka, in Sociology from the Cambridge Examination Board in June 2016.|
|Ishara Abbey received the High Achievement Award, which is the highest standard mark in Sri Lanka, in History from the Cambridge Examination Board in June 2016.|
|Keshana Ratnasingham received the High Achievement Award, which is the highest standard mark in Sri Lanka, in Psychology from the Cambridge Examination Board in November 2015.|
|At the Western Province Athletic Meet Siyana Wickremesinghe was placed 1st in the Long Jump, while also placing 3rd at the Sir John Tarbot Senior Athletics Championships, and at the All Island Schools Games held in Kandy. She was awarded the Under 15 Championship at the Zonal Meet.|
|Amra Ismail was placed 3rd in the Island and 1st in the Colombo District at the GCE Local Advanced level examination in 2015.|
|Kiara Guruge represented Sri Lanka at the 23rd Asian Junior Individual Squash Championships in Malaysia and came 3rd place in the Under 17 age group.|
|Galeena Gunawardhana was placed 3rd in the Black Belt category in the kumite event in the 14 – 15 age group at the National Sri Lanka Karate – Do Federation.|
|Anika Seneviratne represented and captained the Junior team of Sri Lanka at the World Juniors in the second division and was placed 1st in the Under 14 age group. At the Junior FED Cup she came in 2nd place in the Under 16 ae group. She was also a runner up at the Junior Nationals in the Under 18 category.|
|Amanah Faaiz was placed 3rd in the the black belt category in the kumite event in the 14 – 15 age group at the National Sri Lanka Karate – Do Federation, and was placed 12th at the SKIF World Karate Championhips held in Indonesia.|
|Medhira Samarasinghe won bronze at the 12th South Asian Games held in India. She also represented Sri Lanka in the National Womens Tennis Team who came 3rd in the Womens Doubles. She was also in the National Womens Tennis Team that represented Sri Lanka at the FED Cup held in Thailand. Medhira also won the Womens Open Doubles at the Sri Lanka National Tennis Championship. She won the Under18 Girls Singles at Sri Lanka Junior Nationals Tennis Championships.|
|Ishara Abbey was awarded National Colours for representing Sri Lanka at the Asian Junior Rowing Championships in Thailand. At the Sri Lanka Rowing Nationals she was placed 1st in the Open Sculls. She won School Girl Sculler. At ASRA in Singapore she won gold in the Sculls and in the fours. At the Sri Lanka School Rowing Association Regatta she was awarded first place in the Scull and in the Double Scull. She also represented the Colombo Rowing Club at ARAE and at the Madras-Colombo Regatta.|
|Sarisha Gunasekera was placed 1st and 2nd in the Shot Put and Discus events respectively at the Western Province Athletics Meet in the Under 15 age group. At the Sir John Tarbot Senior Athletic Championship, she was placed 1st in the Discus and 3rd in the Shot Put. She was also the winner of the Discus and Shot Put events in the Under 15 category of the All Island Schools Games held in Kandy . At the Junior Tarbot Athletics Meet held in Embilipitiya, she was placed 1st in the Shot Put with a New Meet Record of 11.31 metres, while also being awarded 1st place in the discus in the Under 15 category.|
Nimashi De Silva, Shenara David, Rheanna David, Ashmeetha
Cooray, Dunyasha Hewagama, Sashi Weerawarana and Anieka
Varia were selected to be a part of the under 20 Water Polo
Team for the SAAC Games in Colombo.
Dilekha Goonewardene, Shenara David, Sashi Weerawarana and
Amrita Perera won and set a new meet record in the under 19
freestyle relay at the Sri Lanka Schools Swimming Championships.
Thirandi de Silva and Hayati
Rassool represented Sri Lanka
at the World Youth Scrabble
Championship held in France as
a part of the winning Sri Lankan
National Youth team.
At the Sri Lanka Schools Hockey Nationals Nihinsa Vidanapathirana,
Ruvini Yeshani, Taahira Lafir, and Anishka Gunasekera represented
the Colombo Red Team and came in 2nd place.
Manesha Siriwardana, Anoushka De Silva, Ayla Chitty and Jithara
Waranakulasuriya, representing the Under 15 Table Tennis Team,
were placed Overall Champions at the Western Province Schools
Games and in the All Island Schools Games for Table Tennis.
Shiyanka De Silva and Yeshaya
Perera came 1st and 2nd in the
Solo Category respectively, and
1st place in the Duet Category
in the 13 – 15 Age Groups for
Amrita Perera and Jerusha
Perera came 2nd in the Duet
Category of the 16-18 Age
Groups and Amrita Perera was
placed 1st in the Solo Category.
Randita Nanayakkara, Ashwini Premashankar and Shenella Devaraja
won High Achievers prizes from Pearson Edexcel.
The Under 18 Netball Team consisting of Joanne Albert, Akarsha
Jirasinghe, Sereta David, Tharushi Abeyaratne, Jeshani Srikumar,
Thaveesha Abeyaratne, Nileka de Silva, Shayala Jayawardene,
Shenara Ambrose, Vinoka Pedris and Amashi Gunesekara came in
3rd place in the Colombo District Milo Tournament.
The Junior Netball Team consisting of Sulani De Silva, Anika
Seneviratne, Bimaya Ratnayake, Ganya Senanayake, Sarisha
Gunesekara, Nuwangi Gunawardene, Ovidhinie Daluwatte and
Ravisah Noorhamath were place third in the Under 16 age group at
the Colombo District Milo Netball Tournament.