Which school was top in KCSE?

Top KCSE 2021 Candidates –

  • Jariel Ndeda Obura (A of 87.167) – Mangu High School.
  • Mukuha Timothy – Alliance High School (87.139)
  • Job Ngara – Mangu High (87.116)
  • Chege David Kamau – St Joseph Boys Kitale (87.104)
  • Ramadhan Musa Tepo – Light Academy (87.103)

Which school is best in KCSE 2020?

KCSE 2020 ranking of schools- Kapsabet Boys High school from Nandi County emerged the best school nationally in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations. The school posted a mean of 10.5 (A-, minus).

Who was number one in KCSE?

KCSE 2021: Top 300 students

1 Jeriel Ndeda Obura Mangu High
2 Mukuha Timothy Kamau Alliance High
3 Job Ngara Mangu High
4 Chege David Kamau St. Joseph’s Boys

Which School was number one in Kenya?

Kapsabet Boys
KCSE 2021: Top 150 Schools

School Mean Score
1 Kapsabet Boys 10.688
2 The Kenya High School 10.42
3 Moi High School Kabarak 10.36
4 Alliance High School 10.19

Which was the best School in KCSE 2021?


Pos. School KCSE Mean
1 Kenya High 10.467
2 Kapsabet Boys 10.11
3 Kisima Mixed 10.05
4 Alliance High 10.019

Which was the best school in KCSE 2021?

Which are the best schools?

Top 29 Best Schools In Bangalore for Admissions 2020-2021

  1. Indus International School Bangalore.
  2. The Valley School Bangalore.
  3. Inventure Academy.
  4. Mallya Aditi International School Bangalore.
  5. Jain International Residential School.
  6. The International School Bangalore.
  7. Greenwood High International.
  8. Stonehill International School.

Who is the best candidate in KCSE 2021?

Who was the best student in KCSE 2020?

In the 2020 KCSE Simiyu Robinson Wanjala of Muranga High School is the top candidate with a mean score of 87.334 emerged the best candidate nationally. According to CS Magoha, said a total of 143,140 KCSE 2020 candidates scored the minimum University entry grade of C+ (plus) and above.

Which is the best county in Kenya?

Top 5 Counties with Best Condition of Life(2020)

  • Makueni County 55.4%
  • Elgeyo Marakwet County 55.3%
  • Uasin Gishu County 55.1%
  • West Pokot County 54.9%
  • Kericho County 53.8%

How many secondary schools are in Kenya?

10,413 secondary
As of 2020, Kenya counted 10,413 secondary educational institutions, including private and public schools.