2019 KCSE Results: List of top 10 schools and candidates


2019 KCSE Results: List of top 10 schools and candidates
Education CS Prof. George Magoha speaks during the release of the 2019 KCSE exams at KNEC headquarters on December 18, 2019.

Kenya High School has emerged top in the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results.

In the results released on Wednesday by Education CS Prof. George Magoha, Kenya High recorded 76 A plain grades followed by Kapsabet Boys High School and Alliance High School at third position.

The top student was Buluma Tony Wabuko from Kapsabet Boys High School who scored an A plain of 87.159 points.

Buluma was also among the top candidates when he sat his KCPE exam in 2015 having scored 433 marks at St. Thomas Aquinas, Nakuru. During that year, the top KCPE candidate registered 449 marks.

CS Magoha noted that this year, KCSE results of 1,309 candidates were canceled due to exam irregularities, adding that there was no case of exam leakage reported.

He also noted that there was a general improvement in this year’s overall performance compared to the last three years.

“As proof that our reforms are coming of age, today I will be releasing results that show marked improvement in performance compared to those of the last three years. This is indeed a confirmation that our teachers are now preparing candidates better and that the learners themselves can now engage in studies knowing well that their performance depends on individual input,” said Prof. Magoha.

Here is the list of top 10 schools and the number of grade A plain recorded:

  1. Kenya High School – 76
  2. Kapsabet Boys High School – 49
  3. Alliance High School — 48
  4. Moi Kabarak — 30
  5. Alliance Girls — 27
  6. Mary Hill girls —  25
  7. Maseno School — 23
  8. Nairobi School — 23
  9. Mangu High School — 23
  10. Moi Girls School Eldoret — 21

Here is the list of top 10 candidates and their mean score:

  1. Buluma Tony Wabuko — Kapsabet Boys (87.159)
  2. Barasa Maryanne Njeri– Kenya High School (87.087)
  3. Aboge David Odhiambo — Kapsabet Boys (87.080)
  4. Anthony Owuor Ochieng — Maseno School (87.000)
  5. Mathuri Natasha Wawira  — Kenya High School (86.961)
  6. Kizito Ezra Sikuta — Moi High School Kabarak (86.960)
  7. Long’ali Chepengat — Alliance High School (86.924)
  8. Ndathi Hellen Njoki — Kenya High School (86.914)
  9. Siele Chelang’at Aileen — Moi Forces Academy Lanet (86.900)
  10. Laura Chelang’at Ruto — St. Brigid’s Girls Kiminini (86.533)

 

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