Friday, March 01, 2013

Kabarak, Alliance, Strathmore shine in KCSE

Source: Standard Digital
Nairobi; Kenya: Maseno School Maranda High School and Alliance High School topped the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education ( KCSE) results released on Friday.
However, Maranda lost its spot as top school nationally to Moi High School Kabarak.
The top candidate, Tony Edga Ameo was from Maseno School and was followed by Kiaye Oliver from Maranda High School. Victor Borona from Alliance High School was third, Abdalla Hamza Yusuf from Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Secondary in Mombasa was fourth while Elkana Nyang’ari Obare from Maranda High School was fifth.
The top female student, Tasmeen Abdukarim from Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Secondary was ranked number six nationally while the second top girl was Musomba Patricia who was ranked number 10.
Moi High School Kabarak, a private school was ranked the best school nationally with grade A- .
National schools performed well in the KCSE results released by Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo by scooping six positions in the top 10 schools nationally.
Alliance High School, a national school, was ranked the second best nationally after Moi High School Kabarak.
Mary Mother of Grace Secondary School, a private school was third followed by Strathmore School also private which was ranked fourth.
The Kenya High School was ranked fifth   Alliance Girls' High School(6) Maranda High (7) Loreto High School Limuru (8) Moi Girls' High School  Eldoret (9)  while Precious Blood Riruta was number 10.
Former top performers Starehe Boys Centre and School and Mangu High were missing in the top schools.
Starehe Boys Centre and School was ranked number 12 nationally and its top student Abdulaziz Chacha Adil was ranked number 84 in the top students nationally.
Mangu High School was ranked number 24 nationally while its top student, Kiptoo K Philemon was ranked number 22 in the top students nationally.
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