Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha announced the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results on Wednesday, December 18, at the Kenya National Examinations Council’s headquarters. According to the CS, 627 candidates got straight As in the national examination, an improvement from last year’s 315 As.
According to the results, Kenya High school topped in the schools with the highest number of As with a total of 76 As, Kapsabet Boys High school came second with 49 As and Alliance High School came third with 48 As. Here are the complete top 10 schools with the highest number of As:
1. Kenya High school – 76
2. Kapsabet Boys High school – 49
3. Alliance High School- 48
4. Moi High School Kabarak- 30
5. Alliance Girls High School- 27
6. Maryhill Girls High Schools- 25
7. Maseno School- 23
8. Nairobi School- 23
9. Mangu High School- 23
10. Moi Girls’ High School Eldoret- 21
In matters cheating, Magoha said the national examination ran seamlessly without cases of cheating. ” Our teachers are engaging the candidates better. I can, therefore, say there was no leakage,” he said. The results were announced three days earlier as compared to last year. A total of 125, 746 students met the university entry cut-off points after getting C+, another improvement from last year’s performance.