MRS. L.GUNASINGHE (1972 - 1976)
Mrs. Rupa Nanayakkara was succeeded by Mrs. L. Gunasingha, who served the school for four years. She endowed the school with a new two-storied building during her short period of service. It was declared open on 11th July 1975. She was anxious to re-organise the administration in view of developing the school. A Home Science Exhibition was held for three days in the school premises. This brought credit to the school as well as received commendable appreciations from the higher officials in the Ministry of Education.
Taking another step forward to improve the standard of indigenous arts, a Hewisi Band was formed. She encouraged aesthetic studies and students participated in many All-Island Sinhala and English oratory contests and were able to bring credit to the school by winning gold and silver medals. The Girl Guide company activities were expanded and five Guides received the prestigious President badge for their achievements in guiding activities. One of Our guides was fortunate enough to participate in the World Girl Guide Jamborees held in Canada in 1975 and 1976. All these achievements brought honour to the school during the period of Mrs. Gunasinghe and better examination results were shown due to the steady progress of the education systems in the school.