It may sound as a surprise but believe you me that there are top national schools that admit Students with less than four hundred marks in KCPE.This is contrary to most secondary schools that only enrol students that scored very high marks.These secondary schools include: 1.Lenana School Topping the list of the largest schools in the country,the institution is located in Dagorreti area of Nairobi.Senator Sakaja is a famous alumnus of the school.￼2.Nairobi School Last year it was among the top in KCSE.During the colonial era it only admitted children of the White settlers.3.Maranda Boys High School The students' population is very high here making it the most populous secondary school in Kenya.4.Maseno School Maseno does not only Excel in sports but also in academics as it usually emerges among the top schools in the country.5.Starehe Boys school & Center Sir Griffins established the school in 1959.From its establishment the institution has been sponsoring pupils in their education.
Girls who walked tall at Alliance High, A girl whose father got killed days before KCPE asks for help and Back to school: Covid, transport hitches to mar schools reopening - makes the education news today.1.Back to school: Covid, transport hitches to mar schools reopening World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF suggest a five per cent positivity rate over a month for in-person learning, yet Kenya which should resume its schools in seven days to come has its rate circulating at 15% as of late.
There are very many girls secondary schools in Kenya.Some we build during the colonial era while others after independence.Girls have of late been performing impressively in kcse as opposed to their male counterparts.Here are the top 10 girls highschools in Kenya based on academic performance and infrastructure.10.Starehe girls Centre The school was established in the early early years of two thousands.It is established in Nairobi County and sponsors girls from humble backgrounds9.Limuru Girls The school was built in the colonial error.It is located in Limuru,Kiambu county and it is a Catholic School.8.Nakuru Girls The secondary school is located in Nakuru county along the Nakuru-Nairobi highway.It is near it's brother school , Nakuru High.7.Asumbi Girls This is a top national school in terms of academic performance and it is located in Homabay county6.Precious Blood Riruta The school is located in the Riruta area of Nairobi and perfoms well in KCSE5.Moi Forces Academy Lanet The girls school is located in Lanet area of Nakuru.It is famous for performing well in academic and sports activities.
The education Cabinet Secretary, Professor George Magoha, released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results on 15th April, 2021. When releasing the KCPE results, CS George Magoha said that the secondary schools selection for all candidates will commence on the 28th April 2021 and that every candidate will know the secondary schools they will join before the end of May. The form one admission letters are posted in the Ministry of Education Website once the process is done. If you want to know
A respected school principal was on Wednesday evening caught red-handed harvesting a schoolgirl, who had just completed her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams and according to media reports, Chebotoi Secondary School Principal, Mr. Leonard Baraza, was nabbed harvesting his student following a tip off from area residents.
Nicholas Mugo is husband to nominated Senator Beth Mugo a marriage that has lasted for more than 61 years.Together have children but vastly keep matters children and family issues completeiy off public limelight for their own personal reasons.Nicholas Mugo is one gentleman who keeps cool and completely off public limelight though with a vast wealth of experience having himself been a diplomat.
The Military Wives Association of Kenya (MWAK) officials led by the Chairperson Mrs. Tabitha Kibochi today visited Moi Air Base (MAB) to assess the operations of MAB schools and the Base Medical Center (BMC).They were received by the Base Commander MAB Brigadier Peter Githinji at the MAB Officer’s Mess where several presentations were made.
Kenya commercial bank has share venues where interview would be conducted in all 47 counties .The objective is to improve access and quality of education for needy students through the provision of scholarships, learning materials and improved public school infrastructure.Kenya has made good progress in primary education completion and transition to secondary education compared to many other Sub-Saharan African countries.
To manage double transition to secondary schools the Teachers Service Commission TSC has stated plans to hire 25,000 teachers permanently and 12,000 Teachers on internship in the next financial year.TSC plans to spend Ksh 10.75 B to employ permanent teachers and ksh 12.4B to hire interns,this was according to a budget plan tabled before the National Assembly committee on Education by Nancy Macharia the TSC chief executive officer.
With the Kcpe results out students are wondering on what next step to take.The government through the ministry of education is scheduled to do a selection beginning May 28th to place students in respective schools according to performance.National schools will have a share of the best students especially those with over 400 marks.
As the 2020 KCPE candidates are planning to join high school they can apply for the scholarship. The candidates are asked to apply for the presidential secondary school bursary scheme. It was started in the financial year 2013/2014 with the aim of supporting orphans and vulnerable children in high school. The scheme is a government contribution towards complying with the legal requirements as stipulated in the children's act 2001 section 7 (1), and as a compementary service to the cash transfer - OVC program.
The teachers marking the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education at Moi girls secondary school has downed their tool over unpaid allowances.According to the reports from Radio Citizen, the teachers protested after the Kenya National Examination Council failed to remit their allowances."Teachers marking KCSE exams at Moi Girls in Nairobi down their tools over unpaid allowances, police officers called in to calm the situation."
Since the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic last year, education sector has been affected.In March last year, all schools were closed and all students went back home this includes primary, secondary and tertiary.While at home, most students were affected negatively.Most peers angaged in drug abuse, some primary and secondary school girls got pregnant which affected further studies.
A 17-year-old boy has made headlines after he wanted to build a house at her mother place once he finished his KCSE exams the form 4 student had 331,000 Kenya shillings that he acquired unlawfully.The boy told her mother that he had won a bet and that he was to provide a sim card where the money was to be deposited the unsuspecting mother gave out her national identification card to the boy to register a sim card.
In the series,Ernesto is trying to run away to cross the border to the other side of the country but his rented car runs out of gas. He is so exhausted and passes out. A young boy comes close to where Ernesto is and he asks him if he is Nicholas. The boy is confused and calls his father. They take him to their house after which they call the police to inform them there is a stranger in their house. On arrival, the police identifies Ernesto and takes him to prison. In prison Ernesto sends for Elena to ask her
The ministry of education through CS Magoha last week annocced that both primary and secondary school will opens schools as scheduled comes May.However, I disagree with this idea.Colleges and universities should reopen first ahead of Primary and secondary school as those students in tertiary schools are matured enough to follow COVID-19 regulations compared to students of primary and secondary schools.
Most of the Kenyan secondary schools are finishing their exams this week. Today being on Wednesday 21st April 2021 most of the Kenyan secondary school students who sat for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education are ending up their exams while those with Home science, art and design, power mechanics electricity, drawing and design, aviation technology and computer studies practicals are mandated to be at liberty to leave the institutions after completing there exams Its with high expectations from parents,
Some of the stakeholders from private schools are still not convinced that public schools can outsmart them.A section of the Kenya Private Schools Association (KEPSA) believes the KCPE exam could have been disadvantaged to their impediment.This claim has since been dismissed by Dr Mercy Karogo of the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC), who says each candidate got marks they deserved and that no moderation was done.
Some two days ago, 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results were released and there were jubilations all over especially in public schools. However, it's clear that some of these results are not worth recognition or either celebrations by public schools. For instance, first, most top performers in these public primary schools only joined their while in upper primary levels. Most of these candidates schooled in private institutions right from pre-primary level to upto as late as in class eight only
Three Suspects, among them; two candidates from Brither Nicholas Secondary School were today cgarged over attempted exam irregularities.The three who appeared before the Busia Principal Magistrate, Partick Olengo denied the charges and were freed on bond worth Ksh.200,000 each.