Mercy, a former student of Step Joy Highschool has narrated her success story today at Kameme Fm between 8 and 9 am.The young lady says that she performed poorly for three years in a different school before transferring to Step Joy Highschool.Mercy says that she failed to do well during her interview forcing the school to take her back to form two class.photo courtesy-Students of Step Joy(Used for illustration purpose only)
Mercy was counseled on her academics in her new school.She became optimistic and even discovered that she would easily pursue financial accounting despite her previous poor performance in Mathematics.
She says that she passed with a B which enabled her to enroll to Masinde Muliru university.She successfully excelled and is currently furthering her studies in Australia.
The director of Step Joy Highschool Mrs Mugambi who accompanied her to Kameme FM says that parents need to keep checking on the performance of their students.She laments on the cases where students pass in primary school but later fail at the secondary level.The director said that efforts put by both parents, students and teachers play a great role in the performance of students.
The two radio presenters, Gatonye Mbugua and Kiengei thanked both Mercy and the director for their strong advice to both the parents and students.Kindly share your views.
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