A CLOSER LOOK AT HOW TOP SCHOOLS PERFORMED IN 2016 KCSE.... NI KUNOMA RAUNDI HII


The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results have been released, generating mixed reactions.

Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i released the results at Shimo La Tewa High School in Mombasa.

We have compiled an initial list of performance of various schools:

1. Starehe Boys’ Centre and School
The Acting Director Charles Masheti said they have not received all the results of the 255 candidates.
But so far they have recorded:
A (1), 42 (A-)
B+ (63)
Tevian Kinyua, the best student, scored an A of 81 points.
Last year, the school had 244 candidates and a mean grade of 10.595.
The number of As was 55, B+ was 48, 36 had B and B-.

2. St Joseph's Boys High School, Kitale (Trans-Nzoia County)
Principal Peter Obwogo said they had 367 candidates and so far the results of 224 have been received.
A- (18), B+ (47)
B (57), B- (42)
C+ (41), C (12), C- (7).

3. Moi High School Mbiruri (Embu County)
The school has two A and 32 A-.
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