For a long period of time, the Aga Khan primary school have been ranked as the most beautiful and performing school in Kisumu county, but this is not the fact because it has dilapidated buildings. In this article, I will talk about the most beautiful and performing primary school in Kisumu county.
1. The Xaverian Primary School.
It is a public, national day primary school located in Kisumu Town, Kenya. It was founded by Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kisumu on 8 September 1995. After it's establishment the school had poor infrastructures in terms of classrooms, library and paved paths. Following decentralization of power, the country government of Kisumu in collaboration with the central government amalgamated resources to improve the conditions of ramshackled buildings in the school.
Apart from having beautiful infrastructures the Xaverian school also boasts impressive performance, in fact in 2020 KCPE performance, the school produced 80 students who scored 400 marks and above.
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