Top 10 Schools Produced Best Candidates

Top 10 Schools Produced Best Candidates

Top 10 Schools Produced Best Candidates

According to the most recent Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE)  Examination results, which were made public by Education Cabinet Secretary  Ezekiel Machogu, private schools held a majority of the top spots. At the top of the list was Nairobi’s Riara Springs Academy, which turned out  Michael Warutere, the top student in the country, with 428 points.

Gilgil Hills Academy, a mixed Primary School in Nairobi, produced the second-best candidate, Emmaculate Wacheke, who garnered 427 marks.

Gilgil tied with St Anne’s Girls Primary, a public Primary School in Kakamega County whose student Jacinta Bethany Khasungu also got 427 marks.

Felix Omondi from Rae Kanyika Primary School in Kisumu County registered 426 marks, tying with Khadija Hamid from Light Academy in Nairobi.

Debra Aluel from Ndima Kanini Academy scored 425 marks, followed by Muchoki Rosemary Ndula from Pen-Elite Primary, who got 424 marks, tying with Rotich Jeremy Kipng’eno from Moi Educational Centre.

St. Bakhita School Sabaki’s George Kipkoech Mutai got a score of 423 as well. Seven students, representing a range of educational institutions including Gilgil  Hills Academy, St. Andrew Kaggwa Boys, Imperial Primary School, and St. Anselm  Mururi Boarding School, tied for 423 marks. As of Thursday, the last KCPE exams administered under the 8-4-4 system will no longer be administered. CS Machogu announced the results of  the 2023 exam. 8,523 out of the 1.4 million pupils who took the test received more than 400 marks.

Parents were reassured by the CS that the government will implement the 100% transition strategy, which would include holding special exams in January 2024 for applicants who were unable to appear for their exams this year.

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