Royal Xavier International College (RXI) offers a comfortable and homely hostel environment for students from all over the country and the world. Our hostel is located in a safe and secure area, close to the college. We have a well-experienced and disciplined hostel staff who are dedicated to the well-being of our students.
Our hostel facilities include:
- Spacious and comfortable dormitories
- Modern bathrooms and toilets
- A well-equipped kitchen that provides nutritious and delicious meals
- A common room where students can relax and socialize
- A study room where students can focus on their studies
- A playground where students can play sports and games
- A library with a wide variety of books
In addition to these facilities, we also offer a variety of extracurricular activities for our students, including:
- Sports: We offer a variety of sports, including cricket, football, basketball, and volleyball. We also have a swimming pool and a tennis court.
- Music: We have a music room where students can learn to play instruments or sing.
- Art: We have an art room where students can express their creativity through painting, drawing, and other art forms.
- Drama: We have a drama club where students can learn to act and perform.
We believe that a happy and comfortable hostel environment is essential for student success. Our hostel facilities and extracurricular activities are designed to help our students reach their full potential.
“My son has been staying in the RXI hostel for the past two years and he loves it. The staff are friendly and helpful, and the facilities are great. My son is always happy and well-rested when he comes home from school.” – Mrs. Samanthi
“I was worried about sending my daughter to boarding school, but I have been so impressed with RXI hostel. The staff are amazing, and my daughter has made so many friends. She is thriving in her studies and her extracurricular activities.” – Mr. Janaka
“I would highly recommend RXI hostel to anyone looking for a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment for their child.” – Mrs. Gamage