Bismillah Hirrahman Nirraheem. It is indeed a great pleasure for us reaching you through this website of the Old Boys’ Association of Hameed Al Husseinie College. It is a honour and privilege for us to say that we had our formal education from this alma mater, which has a long history that spreads over 132 years.

Presently, located at Husseiniya Street, this Boys School has the reputation of being one of the foremost institutions that serves Muslim community in its educational needs. It is difficult to put a round figure of how many important and prominent personnel who had their formal education at this School and became so success in their life and career as well as served the Muslim community and our beloved Mother Lanka.


About OBA               

 An active Old Boys' Association (OBA) is always a great asset to any school. Besides the School Development Society (SDS), OBA plays a vital role in implementing and supporting activities and projects related to the educational, sports and extra curricular developmental activities of the school.  It is a notable fact that past pupils will always consider their alma mater as important as their own homes and always come forward to work for the betterment of their school. It is also the duty of every individual to show his gratitude by contributing in every possible way to the growth of his school. It can be his financial contributions, his hard work or support through his skills and knowledge; everything will provide strong support to the growth of his school. Readmore

About HAH               

Hameed Al Husseinie College – An Unblemished History


The history of Hameed Al Husseinie College is itself the teaching note of the early struggles of our Muslim community especially in education. It has important milestones entwined with the history of the Muslim Community who lived in the Colombo Central electorate during the Colonial era. The school symbolizes the final triumph of the Muslims in establishing strong foot-hold in the city of Colombo as well as the beginning of educational renaissance of the Muslims of Sri Lanka.  Early 15th century – the dark days of the Colombo – it was during the Portuguese times, when they attacked Colombo, the Muslims joined hands with the fellow Sinhala brethren and joined the army to resist the invasion. When their resistance collapsed, Muslims were vindicated in the hands of Portuguese who shut out Muslims from Colombo for more than three centuries – the city they loved and nurtured for generations. Readmore