For the second straight year, girls topped the charts in the Kenya Certifictae of Secondary Education(KCSE) released for the first time before Christmas.
Naomi Kawira Kirimi of Pangani Girls’ a.k.a Pangoe emerged first in the KCSE results with a score of 87.01 Sharon Chepchumba of Moi Girls’ Eldoret followed right behind with a score of 86.83.
The best school nationally in the KCSE results was Sing’ore Girls’ Secondary School in Elgeyo Marakwet with a mean score of 69.98 followed by Light Academy Mombasa with a mean score of 69.13.
Girls surely stole the show in the KCSE results taking 3 out of the 5 positions nationally.
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Two boys, Brian Maina Kamau from Bush (Allliance High School)-86.757 and Donata Odero Kut of Changez (Lenana High School)-86.56, emerged third and fourth respectively helping out the boy child.
To close the top 5 is Harriet Mueke Muutu from MaryHill Girls’ (85.956)
Other best performing schools in the top 5 list are Alliance Girls’ High School, Kenya High(Boma) and Loreto High(Choxx).
This is definitely the year of the girl child!
Congratulations to all candidates of #KCSE2017