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KCSE Results 2018 Released
How to check for your KCSE Results 2018 via SMS and Online
This is how to check your KCSE results 2018 online and via SMS
How to Check KCSE Results 2018 via SMS
To get KCSE results 2016 by SMS send an SMS with your Index Number to 20076 for Safaricom, Airtel and Orange networks.
How to Check KCSE Results 2018 Online
To check KCSE results online, go to the KNEC website: http://www.knec-portal.ac.ke/ and enter your Index number.
KCSE Result Slip 2018
Candidates should visit their examination centers for their official results slip.
The ministry of education advises parents teachers and pupils to check the KCSE results and KCSE result slip for any anomaly such as incorrect candidate’s name, school name and code as well as wrong subject grade and report to KNEC within a month after the announcement.
KCSE 2018 Results: Juliet Otieno emerges top in KCSE exams
A girl has, for the second year running, emerged top in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam that the government hailed as cheating free.
Juliet Irene Otieno from Pangani Girls High School in Nairobi was named the the top student after scoring an A plain with a mean grade of 87.64.
In 2017, another Pangani Girls student, Karimi Naomi Kawira topped the KCSE list with A grade of 87.011 marks.
However, the boys dominated the top 10 list that only has three girls; Nel Christine (Alliance Girls High School), Moraa Sharleen (Moi Girls School Nairobi ).
While making the announcements from the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) headquarters, Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed also noted an improvement in the overall performance in this year’s exam compared to last year.
A total of 315 students attained the highest grade, A plain, up from 142 candidates in 2017.
A total of 90,377 attained the minimum university entry grade of C+ up from 70,073 in 2017.
The CS further intimated that there was no exam leakage in this year’s exam.
Also present was KNEC Chairman George Magoha who commended President Uhuru Kenyatta for according the exam council independence which he said allowed them to work without interference.
Marking of the exam started in Nairobi and its environs immediately after the conclusion of the tests on November 28,2018.
A total of 660,204 candidates sat this year’s KCSE examinations.
Seven international examination boards took part as part of efficient grading.
More than 80,000 teachers took part in the whole examination process.
A total of 82,000 personnel were deployed among them 19,756 security officials manning exam centers while another 1,800 manned storage facilities.
List of Top 20 Candidates in KCSE 2018 Results
Otieno Juliet – Pangani Girls – 87.644 points
Kaluna James – Maseno High School
Edwin Otieno Ouko – Light Academy
Kamweru Mwangi Duncan – Moi Kabarak High School
Humphrey Rasugu – Maseno High School
Nel Christine – Alliance High School
Njenga Brian Ndung’u – Mangu High School
Osogo Munyenye Wesley – Alliance High School
Nyakeya Charlene Moraa – Nairobi High School
Onyando Roy Allan Ochieng’ – Maranda High School
Navenge Stephanie Kirigo – Moi High School Kabarak
Njoroge Anthony Maina – Mang’u High School
Whitney Nicanor Mambwi – Kapsabet Boys
Ayodi Alfred Mugei – Moi Kabarak
Lang’at Angela Cherotich – Precious Blood Riruta
Gichime Ancie Omungu – Nakuru High School
Matsotso Madline Auma – Moi High School Kabarak
Nyabuto Steven Obure – Alliance High School
Ochieng Joshua – Maseno School
Gitau Mark – Light Academy
Most Improved Candidate in KCSE Results 2018
The most improved candidate was Josphat Mwangi Kamau From Mioro Secondary School in Muranga County. He scored 278 marks in KCPE and an A- in this years KCSE. Others are:
Josphat Mwangi Kamau with 278 marks in KCPE and an A- in KCSE
Richard Kiuru with 267 marks in KCPE but scored B+ in KCSE
Maingi George Mburu with 279 in KCPE and B+ in KCSE
Wambui James Kamau with 186 in KCPE and B- in KCSE
Cheruiyot Gideon with 209 in KCPE and B in KCSE
This is a clear indication that candidates who score low marks in KCPE exams can perform better in KCSE exams four years later. This is a clear justification for the 100% transition of students from primary schools to secondary schools.
KCSE Results 2018: TSC interdicts 5 teachers for breaking KCSE exam rules
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has interdicted five teachers for breaching rules in the 2018 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.
Ms Nancy Macharia, the commission’s chief executive officer, made the announcement on Friday, during the release of the results.
Speaking at the headquarters of the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) in Nairobi, Ms Macharia said 57 cases were under investigation.
“We must do away with teachers who cannot comply with regulations,” she said, adding they will propose an amendment of the TSC Act to allow for the dismissal and deregistration of teachers who engage in malpractices.
Four candidates were deregistered for impersonation and 101 phones confiscated as they were being used for cheating.
The CEO, however, praised the hundreds of thousands of teachers who adhered to regulations, saying they played a key role in ensuring the integrity of the tests that 664,550 candidates wrote.
“Without the teaching fraternity, this exercise would not have succeeded,” she said. “The TSC will continue to support efforts for credible results.”
Regarding steps taken to ensure quality education, Ms Macharia said performance management systems were paying off.
These steps include the training of teachers for the new curriculum, performance appraisals and the hiring of more to bridge the shortage. She said that at least 100,437 more teachers are needed.
KCSE Results 2018: No Leakage
Knec Chairman George Magoha, who spoke earlier, said the last three years have been “steady” as cases of irregularities have been done away with and performance improved.
“Talk of leakage in exams is a thing of the past,” Mr Magoha said, and also appreciated teachers for their professionalism.
“A small percentage of teachers are still a serious challenge,” he added, however, and asked Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed not to sympathise with those caught in wrongdoing as marking went on.
Ms Mohamed briefed President Uhuru Kenyatta before proceeding to the headquarters to announce the results.
Regarding assisted cheating, Mr Magoha told students to “allow your brains to work” and reject bad advice from their parents and other parties.
He said those who wrote the examinations this year “got what they deserved”.
Mr Magoha’s said his term at the council will end in March.
Guidelines of Releasing of KCSE Results 2018
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) wishes to bring the following information to the attention of all institutions presenting candidates for the KNEC examinations:
KCSE Results Slips and Printouts
Each of the institutions that enter candidates for the KNEC examinations shall receive a hard copy of the institution’s examination results printout and result slips which captures the following information:
School’s Code and Name
This appears on the top left side of the printout. The institution’s code is a unique number by which an examination centre is identified by the Council. This is the number that an institution should always quote whenever communicating with Kenya National Examination Council -.
Below the institution’s name and code are details of the candidates. These details include the index number of the candidate, year of examination, gender, individual subject grades and the mean grade.
The important features of the examination results are as indicated below:-
X – Denotes an absent candidate. A candidate is declared absent if he/she did not sit for one or all papers in the examination. However, for the KCSE examination results, the symbol AB indicates an absence;
Y- Denotes that the candidate was involved in an examination irregularity. For the KCsE examination results, the symbol 00 indicates an irregularity;
P– Denotes that the candidate’s examination results have been pended due to infringement on the entry requirements for the examination e.g. incorrect KCPE details for entry in KCSE examination;
W- Denotes that the candidate’s examination results have been withheld on suspicion that the candidate has been involved in an examination malpractice and investigations are ongoing;
U- denotes ungraded examination results due to infringement of the awards criteria.
Release of KCSE 2018 Certificates
Once certificates for a specific examination are ready for collection/dispatch from Kenya National Examination Council – KNEC, the institutions shall be informed through the mass and print media, Sub County Directors of Education and/or the heads of institutions:
All certificates for regular candidates are issued through the Heads of Schools/Institutions and to private candidates through the Sub County Directors of Education.
The Kenya National Examinations Council reserves the right to withdraw a certificate for amendment or for any other reason should this be necessary.
Period of launching queries after release of KCSE Results 2018
The Kenya National Examinations Council allows thirty (30) days after the date of release of the results/certificates for candidate(s) or institution(s) to raise any query arising from the released examination results/certificates.
Queries about KCSE results/certificates must be made through the Heads of Schools/Institutions and the Sub County Directors of Education. The appeal documents must reach KNEC not later than thirty (30) days after the release of the examination results/certificates, after which the query shall attract a penalty.
Charges on Queries after Release of KCSE Examination Results
Any amendment on name, gender and year of birth attracts a penalty of 3,000/= (three thousand) per candidate if the query is submitted after thirty (30) days after the date of release of examination results
The Head of Institution must request in writing explaining the origin of the error.
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KCSE results 2018 to be released today.
Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed is set to release the 2018 Form 4 national exam results today.
Ms Mohamed will announce the outcome to the public at 2.15 pm after meeting and briefing President Kenyatta at State House in Nairobi.
KCSE Results 2018: 600,000 Candidates
She will give the report from the Kenya National Examinations Council headquarters on Dennis Pritt Road.
Education officers and stakeholders are already assembling at the Knec headquarters for the big announcement on the tests that mark transition from secondary school to university and college.
More than 600,000 candidates wrote the tests that saw one of the strictest supervision and invigilation in Kenya’s history.
However, Ms Mohamed is unlikely to rank schools, candidates and counties even after President Kenyatta assented to a bill that restored the old system.
The Education ministry is yet to formulate rules that would operationalise ranking as provided for in the new law passed in 2016.
Ranking was banned in 2014 after it emerged that the practice created unnecessary competition among schools, resulting in cheating.
The ministry had promised to release the results before Christmas.
A total of 664,585 candidates sat for the exams that was done between November 5 and November 28.
KCSE Results 2018: 110 Arrested
Last year, the results were released on December 20.
This is the 29th KCSE examination to be conducted since the introduction of 8-4-4 system of education.
During the examination, officials in charge of 10 centres were relieved of their various duties as centre managers for allowing the transportation of examination materials in private vehicles contrary to the requirement that they only government transportation.
A total of 110 people, including candidates, who attempted cheating during the tests were arrested.
At least 10 board of management teachers in four schools were also arrested in connection with various cases of malpractice.
A total of 101 cell phones were confiscated from teachers, candidates and school staff.
Four students were deregistered for impersonation.
Knec has warned that those who were involved in any form of cheating will pay the price.
KCSE Results 2018: Scramble
The candidates wrote their examination in 10,077 centres across the country with a total of 83,711 field officers being involved.
During the examination, there were 10,078 centre managers, supervisors were 10,460, invigilators (37,97 security personnel were 20,156 while drivers were 5,039.
In last year’s results, Sing’ore Girls’ High School from Elgeyo-Marakwet County topped with a performance index of 69.9 per cent after it registered 271 candidates.
Light Academy, Mombasa, which had 28 candidates, came second with a performance index of 69.15 per cent while Alliance Girls’ High School, which registered 394 candidates, followed closely at position three with a performance index of 68.6 per cent.
The release of the results sets the stage for scramble for elite courses in top universities in the country.
The students will be eyeing close to 100,000 slots in 70 public and private universities in the country while those who won’t make the cut are likely to join technical colleges.
Adopted From Daily Nation
KCSE 2018 new grading system
The 2018 KCSE exams whose results are set to be out by 20th December, will use the following grading system.
KCSE 2018 Grading System
KCSE 2018 Grading System
KCSE Results 2017
Fred Matiang’i Releases KCSE Exam Results
Here are the highlights of the report released on Wednesday at the Nairobi School:
Overall, there is a decline in number of students who qualified to join universities, with boys performing better than girls.
Number of As increases to 142 from 141 in 2016.
A minuses reduce to 2,714 from 4,645 in 2016.
Pangani Girls, Nairobi, is the most improved school as Alliance Girls and Kenya High shine.
Knec withholds results for 10 schools pending investigations; candidates to know their fate on January 18.
The CS said there was a notable improvement in the 2017 KCSE results as compared to those of 2016 where 141 candidates got grade A. He noted that female candidates performed better than male candidates in this year’s KCSE. Matiang’i said results from 10 secondary schools have been withheld over exam irregularities cases and the Education Ministry will give a detailed report on January 18.
The CS hailed the collaboration with the Ministry of defense and ICT Ministry played a major role in transporting exams including during the marking process. Matiang’i said President Uhuru’s directive to work with Health Ministry to register 3 million secondary school students with NHIF from January 2018 is in process.
Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia warned that teachers found culpable of cheating during exams whether in private or public schools will be punished. She asked the Education ministry to deregister private schools that employ teachers who have been dismissed over indiscipline cases.
Macharia insisted on teachers annual appraisals, a decision that was reached at to ensure teachers took their work seriously and ensured students perform well. KNEC Chairman Prof Magoha hailed President Uhuru for his dedication and commitment to ensure Education Ministry conducts its activities smoothly.
President Uhuru Kenyatta asked the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to reward principals, schools and subject teachers who excelled in 2018 KCSE to promote continued high performance.
He also urged Attorney General Githu Muigai to work with DPP Keriako and ensure over 700 teachers involved in exam irregularities are punished to serve as an example. ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru acknowledged the data entry clerks for the good work they did in helping with marking of KCSE with was done within 11 days.
The 2018 KCSE exams kicked off on November 6 to the 29th and took a record 11 days of marking, a difference from previous years where results were announced in February. Candidates are getting their results just 21 days after completion. A total of 615,773 candidates sat for the exam this year compared to 577,253 candidates who wrote the KCSE exams in 2016.
Comparison of KCSE 2017 and KCSE 2016 Results
KCSE Results 2017 Summary
A (Plain) – 142
A- (Minus) – 2,714
B+ (Plus) – 7,344
B (Plain) – 12,628
B- (Minus) – 19,385
C+ (Plus) – 27,860
C (Plain) – 40,474
C- (Minus) – 61,040
D+ (Plus) – 88,447
D (Plain) – 135,550
D- (Minus) – 179,381
E – 35,536
KCSE Results 2016 Summary
A (Plain) – 141
A- (Minus) – 4,645
B+ (Plus) – 10,975
B (Plain) – 17,261
B- (Minus) – 23,745
C+ (Plus) – 32,207
C (Plain) – 44,792
C- (Minus) – 61,026
D+ (Plus) – 80,952
D (Plain) – 112,135
D- (Minus) – 149,929
E – 33,399
Best Top 100 Students in KCSE Results
PSN INDEX NO CANDIDATE’S NAME GEN PERF.
INDEX SCHOOL COUNTY
1 20400006001 KIRIMI NAOMI KAWIRA F 87.011 PANGANI GIRLS NAIROBI
2 26500001016 SHARON JEPCHUMBA F 86.83 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
3 11200001012 KAMAU BRIAN MAINA M 86.757 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
4 20400001005 KUT DONATA ODERO M 86.561 LENANA SCHOOL NAIROBI
5 11200006002 MUUTU HARRIET MUEKE F 85.956 MARYHILL GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
6 44700006010 BRIAN ONGIRI ONKUNDI M 85.944 KANGA HIGH MIGORI
7 20400006009 MORARA MONGINA DEFENCE F 85.91 PANGANI GIRLS NAIROBI
8 20400006011 MWATATE EMILY SARU F 85.883 PANGANI GIRLS NAIROBI
9 26500001004 WAHOME SHERRY WANJIKU F 85.869 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
10 42700005015 ONYANGO STANLEY OMONDI M 85.853 MARANDA HIGH SIAYA
11 20400003011 ONYORE HILLARY LAURYN AKINYI F 85.851 THE KENYA HIGH SCHOOL NAIROBI
12 20400003001 KONYANGO WANDA TREZER F 85.823 THE KENYA HIGH SCHOOL NAIROBI
13 20400003006 SHIKUKU MARIE KHALAI F 85.801 THE KENYA HIGH SCHOOL NAIROBI
14 20400004001 RAJIV YUSSUF ALI M 85.797 STAREHE BOYS’ CENTRE & SCHOOL NAIROBI
15 26500001013 OCHIENG’ QUIVERLINE ATIENO F 85.717 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
16 20404006007 ODERO BAXTER ODONGO M 85.684 LIGHT ACADEMY NAIROBI
17 27552001015 CHEPTALAM ALEX KIPKORIR M 85.614 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
18 40700002014 MASENO SIKWEYA MORRIS M 85.514 KISII HIGH KISII
19 11200005001 MWAMBEGU UCHI JOYCE F 85.063 LORETO HIGH SCHOOL LIMURU KIAMBU
20 20400008001 KIBICHO EMMANUEL MURAGE M 85.057 MOI FORCES ACADEMY – NAIROBI NAIROBI
21 11200005004 MPEKETHU UNITER RIZIKI F 85.031 LORETO HIGH SCHOOL LIMURU KIAMBU
22 11200005011 BOGOMBA YVETTE F 84.971 LORETO HIGH SCHOOL LIMURU KIAMBU
23 23500014001 MUHOHO JAMES CHEGE M 84.943 ST. JOSEPH’S BOYS HIGH SCHOOL – KITALE TRANSNZOIA
24 10227301001 OCHIENG IAN DUNCAN M 84.873 NJIIRI SCHOOL MURANG’A
25 26500001001 OGINDO VICTORIA AKEYO F 84.869 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
26 11200001006 GARIY SAMUEL OTIENO M 84.863 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
27 11200006030 CHEPKEMBOI CAROLYNE F 84.86 MARYHILL GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
28 44700006002 MANOA TOBIAS MURIMI M 84.811 KANGA HIGH MIGORI
29 28522505001 BENARD KIPKOECH M 84.801 LITEIN HIGH SCHOOL KERICHO
30 44700006016 AKINYI AUSTINE OTIENO M 84.794 KANGA HIGH MIGORI
31 36600004001 WANYAMA WEKESA MOSES M 84.784 FRIENDS KAMUSINGA BUNGOMA
32 11200002003 ADHIAMBO CYNTHIA F 84.777 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
33 20406020001 GITAHI BRIAN NJOROGE M 84.773 STRATHMORE SCHOOL NAIROBI
34 11200002013 NABANGALA M QUIRINE F 84.766 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
35 11200001027 OKITA SWAIB OUMA M 84.763 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
36 43700008001 MABIRIA ZOTEL BUNDUKI M 84.759 NYAMBARIA HIGH SCHOOL NYAMIRA
37 11200002033 ONARE FAITH JOAL F 84.741 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
38 26500001022 ODHIAMBO JACKLYNE ACHIENG F 84.727 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
39 11200002006 NYAIM JANE AWUOR F 84.724 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
40 26500001007 WASWA N. RACHAEL F 84.714 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
40 42700005048 KABATHA ROBERT KARAYA M 84.714 MARANDA HIGH SIAYA
42 39700001007 AMOS KIBIWOTT CHUMBA M 84.697 MASENO SCHOOL KISUMU
43 11200002048 MICH AWOUR JANE F 84.69 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
44 11200001010 NGOBI IAN LEE M 84.687 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
45 11200003012 KIMIRI DENNIS MWAI M 84.684 MANGU HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
45 20406015003 GATHIRWA NICOLE NJERI F 84.684 CONSOLATA SCHOOL NAIROBI
47 10200008003 ITHAGU STANLEY KINYA M 84.681 MURANGA HIGH MURANG’A
48 37600001001 FREDRICK OMONDI ODUOR M 84.667 KAKAMEGA SCHOOL KAKAMEGA
49 11200002005 NYAKUNDI DAISY GESARE F 84.659 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
50 20400002003 CHUNE NICHOLAS STAM KHATAKA M 84.643 NAIROBI SCHOOL NAIROBI
51 07200009002 ODUOR ADHIAMBO PHYLLIS F 84.641 KARIMA GIRLS NYANDARUA
52 27552001001 MAHMOUD HUSSEIN FUAAD M 84.617 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
53 20406020025 NYAGA PHIL NJUE M 84.616 STRATHMORE SCHOOL NAIROBI
54 20400002005 NJOROGE FELIX MBURU M 84.607 NAIROBI SCHOOL NAIROBI
55 11200005020 EDITH WAYUA NGUNDI F 84.603 LORETO HIGH SCHOOL LIMURU KIAMBU
56 11200002062 AGALA CAREN KHAVUKUI F 84.581 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
57 11200002010 OTIENO AKOTH DAPHNE F 84.569 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
58 11200002052 KINGORI GATHUNGO F 84.56 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
59 20404006012 MWEU KELLY CHANGILWA M 84.549 LIGHT ACADEMY NAIROBI
60 11200002054 MUCHIRI MELLISA WANJIRU F 84.539 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
61 20400003054 WAINAINA S SALAMA F 84.536 THE KENYA HIGH SCHOOL NAIROBI
62 11200002008 NYANG’OR BERACAH MAY F 84.533 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
63 40700002011 VINCENT OBONYO BOSIRE M 84.511 KISII HIGH KISII
64 11200003031 HARON GUCHU GITAU M 84.49 MANGU HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
65 20400003022 MULUNDA RACHEL TUZO F 84.484 THE KENYA HIGH SCHOOL NAIROBI
66 44700006011 OGUTU JEAN BARON M 84.047 KANGA HIGH MIGORI
67 20400006019 NADABHA NADINE ANGELA F 84.02 PANGANI GIRLS NAIROBI
68 42700005007 OKUMU LEVIS OMONDI M 83.906 MARANDA HIGH SIAYA
69 39700001004 KIPROTICH NATHAN M 83.893 MASENO SCHOOL KISUMU
70 11200006001 GICHOHI STACY MWONGELI F 83.88 MARYHILL GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
71 27552001003 ESHIBUKHO DIANA ASIKO F 83.874 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
72 40700002004 WALTER OLUOCH OCHIENG M 83.846 KISII HIGH KISII
73 08200007001 MUCHIRI MOSES NJOROGE M 83.84 KAGUMO HIGH NYERI
74 11200002001 CHEPKORIR DORCAS CHERUIYOT F 83.833 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
75 36600002001 KIPRUTO JEPTARUS LINNET F 83.823 LUGULU GIRLS BUNGOMA
76 11200001022 CHUPHI JOSIAH KAFUTA M 83.816 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
77 11200003002 MATHU BRANDON M 83.813 MANGU HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
78 27538204001 KORIR LILIAN CHEPKOECH F 83.809 MARY MOUNT SECONDARY SCHOOL NAKURU
79 27552001008 BETT JADIEL KIPKOSGEI M 83.794 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
80 27552001012 VERNON IPOMAI M 83.793 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
81 40700002003 ORINA JUNIOR SAMUEL M 83.777 KISII HIGH KISII
82 40727101002 LAMECH NYANCHA MAIRURA M 83.774 RIOKINDO HIGH SEC SCHOOL KISII
83 42700005010 DAVID FAVOUR MUTUMA M 83.766 MARANDA HIGH SIAYA
84 11200006003 OBASI KEMUNTO FELISTER F 83.739 MARYHILL GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
85 11200002119 FAISAL ZAMZAM LEKORERE F 83.736 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
85 26500001006 NGUGI CHRISTINE NYAMBURA F 83.736 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
87 10227301010 WAMONDO ENOCH MWANGI M 83.727 NJIIRI SCHOOL MURANG’A
88 11200001038 NYARIBO DAN FRANK M 83.726 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
89 20400002040 MUTHAMA BRIAN MUTAVA M 83.724 NAIROBI SCHOOL NAIROBI
90 26500001014 MELVIN ATIENO LUCAS F 83.714 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET UASIN GISHU
90 42700005064 IVIA ROY NGONDI M 83.714 MARANDA HIGH SIAYA
90 28522505010 BOWEN EMMANUEL CHEBEREK M 83.714 LITEIN HIGH SCHOOL KERICHO
93 29500006007 KARISA BIRYA SULEIMAN M 83.707 KAPSABET BOYS NANDI
94 27552001002 RUGUT FAITH JEPKOSGEI F 83.703 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
95 41710301011 AOMO OTIENO FELIX M 83.699 AGORO SARE HIGH SCHOOL HOMA BAY
96 07200009007 CHEGE LUCY WAITHERA F 83.693 KARIMA GIRLS NYANDARUA
97 41742105002 OTIENO ANDREA MILLENIA M 83.687 ORERO BOYS SECONDARY SCHOOL HOMA BAY
98 27552001011 POIPOI TIMOTHY M 83.683 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
99 27552001009 KANGANGI MARVIN CHOMBA M 83.673 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK NAKURU
100 11200002046 NZINGA BERNICE MWATHA F 83.671 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL KIAMBU
SUMMARY : BOYS : 54 GIRLS : 46
KCSE Results : Top Secondary Schools in KCSE
Girls’ schools dominated the top positions in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.
Here are the top 100 schools in KCSE results 2017
PSN CODE SCHOOL CATEGORY ENTRY PERF.INDEX COUNTY
1 34518102 SING’ORE GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL EXTRA COUNTY 271 69.98921 ELGEYO MARAKWET
2 03121102 LIGHT ACADEMY PRIVATE 28 69.139142 MOMBASA
3 11200002 ALLIANCE GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL 394 68.682677 KIAMBU
4 20400003 THE KENYA HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL 298 68.242429 NAIROBI
5 11200005 LORETO HIGH SCHOOL LIMURU NATIONAL 261 68.134544 KIAMBU
6 07214117 KISIMA MIXED SECONDARY SCHOOL PRIVATE 39 67.784538 NYANDARUA
7 26500001 MOI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL- ELDORET NATIONAL 289 67.526491 UASIN GISHU
8 29500006 KAPSABET BOYS NATIONAL 311 67.402749 NANDI
9 11200001 ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL 374 67.356959 KIAMBU
10 20400006 PANGANI GIRLS NATIONAL 281 66.22232 NAIROBI
11 27552001 MOI HIGH SCHOOL KABARAK PRIVATE 338 66.004443 NAKURU
12 24505104 KAPENGURIA BOYS HIGH SCHOOL EXTRA COUNTY 241 65.956066 WEST POKOT
13 20406020 STRATHMORE SCHOOL PRIVATE 88 65.926329 NAIROBI
14 11200003 MANGU HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL 299 65.23101 KIAMBU
15 36600004 FRIENDS KAMUSINGA NATIONAL 275 65.053389 BUNGOMA
16 37632101 CHEBUYUSI BOYS HIGH SCHOOL COUNTY 190 64.412105 KAKAMEGA
17 20404006 LIGHT ACADEMY PRIVATE 100 64.38264 NAIROBI
18 08200007 KAGUMO HIGH NATIONAL 277 64.337451 NYERI
19 20400002 NAIROBI SCHOOL NATIONAL 356 64.314224 NAIROBI
20 28512112 MOI TEA GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL EXTRA COUNTY 134 64.308268 KERICHO
21 42700005 MARANDA HIGH NATIONAL 493 64.239186 SIAYA
22 20405004 PRECIOUS BLOOD RIRUTA EXTRA COUNTY 151 64.190701 NAIROBI
23 23500014 ST. JOSEPH’S BOYS HIGH SCHOOL – KITALE NATIONAL 477 63.660849 TRANSNZOIA
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