KCSE 2021 Results: Top performing candidates, schools in sub-counties
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha on Saturday released the results of the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.
The CS said 826,807 candidates sat for the examinations across various schools countrywide, noting that 50.9% were male while 49.1% were female.
He said 18 counties had more female candidates than males, among them; Taita Taveta, Machakos, Kitui, Meru, Elgeyo Markawet, Kakamega, Vihiga, Tharaka Nithi, Uasin Gishu, Laikipia, and Kisumu.
“Our sub-county schools will form the future of this country. The government has deliberately invested in these day schools, and they’re almost 75% of all schools. They registered an excellent performance,” said the CS.
1. Nyakeore Secondary School, Nyanza, (65.25)
2. Kebulonik Secondary School, Rift Valley (57.96)
3. Banisa Mixed Secondary School, North Eastern (51.39)
4. Manyatta Mixed Secondary School, Eastern (50.67)
5. Shibanga Mixed Secondary School, Western (50.52)
6. Heni Secondary School, Central (46.07)
7. Mary Happy Day School, Nairobi (41.40)
8. AlFarsy Girls Secondary School, Coast (36.22)
Best performing candidates in sub-county schools:
1. Anthony Njuguna Muhoro, Kiamaina Secondary School, Rift Valley (84.634)
2. Owino Eric, Akoko Secondary School, Nyanza (83.71)
3. Karwitha Clinton Mutwiri, Angaine Mixed Day Secondary School, Eastern (81.449)
4. Achesa Alukoti Dillan, Matunda S.A Secondary School, Western (81.237)
5. Ndiangui Frank Wagura, St. James Kiaritha Secondary School, Central (79.439)
6. Mulei Kelvin, Dandora Secondary School, Nairobi (79.213)
7. M’Kirima Dennis Mwamburi, St. Charles Lwanga Secondary School, Coast (78.246)
8. Ronald Kipkoech, Kiplabotwa Secondary School, North Eastern (74.943)
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