In the 2022 results, which were released on Friday, January 20, some well-known, established names in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) registered mixed outcomes.
Despite the Ministry of Education’s decision to reject the ranking system and the practice of identifying the best performers individually, an analysis of the findings revealed that certain national schools faced fierce competition from county schools.
The following four schools achieved outstanding results in the KCSE exams in 2022:
Nyambaria High School- Nyamira
After achieving a mean score of 10.9 in the 2022 KCSE exam, Nyambaria High School in Nyamira County put up an excellent performance.
After all applicants received the minimal C+ grade needed for enrolment, the school recorded a 100% transition to universities.
383 individuals from the center received an A-, while 28 received the highly sought-after A mark. The candidate with the lowest score received a B plan on the scoring sheet.
Cardinal Otunga Mosocho
Still in South Nyanza, Cardinal Otunga High School in Kisii County turned in a great performance, earning an amazing mean score of 10.76.
At the center, 28 students who took the national exams had a mean grade of A plain, while 201 received an A minus.
The lowest applicant received a mean grade of B- (minus), guaranteeing straight admission to the university for the whole cohort.
St. Anthony’s Kitale
With a mean score of 10.33, Kitale’s St. Anthony High School likewise stood out as one of the top schools in the nation.
41 of the candidates for the school received a mean grade of A ordinary, while 148 received an A minus, establishing the school’s reputation as a major player in secondary school education.
Mang’u High School
Mang’u High in Kiambu County likewise achieved exceptional results to keep its reputation as a top secondary school for instruction.
The school’s performance was somewhat better than the 10.28 it received the year before, with a mean score of 10.36.
In addition, 81 candidates received an A, while 192 received an A-minus.
Other noteworthy schools included Kapsabet Boys High School in Nandi County, which had a mean score of 10.76, and Kagumo High School, which had an MSS of 9.58.
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