When we talk about the best secondary schools in Nyanza region, many people would think of Maranda and Maseno national secondary schools. This is because these two schools have been outstanding in this region for over along period of time. However, currently we have a private secondary school that has risen above these two institutions in terms of academic performances.
Education is the Key to success because Knowledge is power and we have got many educated people here in Kenya and across the world who are living luxurious lifestyle because of their education, these include doctors, pilots, engineers among others. The government of Kenya through the ministry of education is ensuring that every parent takes his or her child to school and failure to do that the government is going to take strict measures upon them.
Maranda national high school and Maseno national high are among the best performing high schools in Kenya. These two schools are located in Nyanza region of Kenya. Many people have asked alot of questions concerning the difference in academic performance between these two important academic powerhouses. In this article I will discuss about academic performance of Maseno and Maranda national high schools.
Maranda Boys High School has played host to a rare Visitor. Governor Wycliffe Wangamati has this evening paid a visit to 21students on Governor's Scholarship at the school which is situated in Bondo, Siaya County. In his address to Students, Wangamati noted that Governor's Scholarship program that he initiated three years ago, will enable our young boys and girls in schools across the country to take charge of their own future, by offering an opportunity to compete for the good jobs both locally and internationally.
When it comes to academic sphere, many people think that Maranda National High School is the best secondary school to take there children to for secondary education. This should not be the case as there are also outstanding secondary school in Nyanza that boasts impressive academic performance. Below is one of the best performing extra county secondary school in Nyanza.
Collins Omondi in hospital. Photo/Facebook A form two student at Maranda High School in Siaya County who broke his left leg while playing alongside others in School is finally set for surgery. 17-year-old Collins Omondi broke his leg in School on Wednesday last week, before he was rushed to the Bondo Sub County Hospital.
Being the second week in first term, form one admission is still going on all over the country. This is one admission that saw Kenyan parents go through too many challenges. The main challenge was financial struggle probably as a result of COVID-19 aftermath. It will be even challenging considering the fact that the terms have been shortened and parents have to look for next term's school fees within a span of ten weeks.
Earlier in the morning today, a rare incident was witnessed in Maranda High school, In Nyanza Kenya. This was after a chopper landed in the school compound, and to the shock of eyewitnesses, a student don in full school uniform walked out of the chopper confidently.
Life is full of irony in that when one thing happens the opposite of it happens in an entirely unexpected way such that we are left in a puzzling dilemma. Speaking of that, netizenz have been left in awe after a photo of a student who was flown to school for form one enrollment surfaced online.
1. Maranda High School. Maranda High School was established in November 1919 by the late Shadrach Osewe Agot. The school is located in Siaya, County, Kenya. It has a good performance record, especially since the inception of 8-4-4 curriculum in Kenya. The school boasts of impressive performance besides good infrastructures.
A Form One student admission at Maranda High School in Bondo Sub-County, Siaya County, on Monday, August 2 elicited mixed reactions on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter. As other students continue to arrived at the national schools footing or in motorvehicles–, this alleged boy landed in a chopper, making alot of mixed reactions online and in Maranda High School.
"Very Poor Judgement" David Ndii Reacts to Photo of Form 1 Student who Arrived for Admission in Chopper
Renowned economist David Ndii has made his feelings known after seeing a photo of a form 1 student who arrived in a chopper. The young lad was reporting to Maranda High school, a prestigious National school and decided to make his presence felt by flying into the school.
Yesterday was a very big day for Kenyans all over the Country, as it was set as the Official dates for the recruitment of the Form one Students to their schools of their choices. Many strange incidences were reported from students colliding with teachers to very strict and rogue school staff who made the process very tiresome for the Parents.
Photo of a form one student at Maranda High school during the admission day has caught the attention of many as he has been ferried to the school for admission using a chopper.The student posed for a photo after alighting from the chopper as he awaits being headed to the admission section to be enrolled as a student of the school.
The admission of 2021 form one student commenced yesterday. Parents have been using different means of transport to take their kids to school. Apparently, one student caught the attention of Kenyans after he arrived at Maranda Boys High School with a chopper. This incident sparked mixed feelings and different reactions from Kenyan across the country.
Form one students started reporting to school this week. There is however one incident that shocked many Kenyans. A student in Maranda High School was taken to school using a chopper. Many people rushed online in order to comment on his grand admission. Majority of the people said that money is something which is really good.
The Maranda boy's student who was pictured posing alongside a chopper has been reportedly said he wasn't dropped by Raila. His picture made rounds in social media and it was rumoured that opposition Leader had dropped him in the school for form one admission. [Photo courtesy]
Maranda high school had been founded by the late Shadrack Agot Osewe. Osewe, the sanctity educator at Kapiyo village which is in Bondo District, went to Amolo Raila who is Raila Odinga’s grandfather to request for a plot to erect the school. He first constructed his house and there after erected a place of worship.
Parents in Kenya are currently struggling to get their students admitted to form one besides the harsh economic conditions. According to the latest stories, some have lacked fees completely to admit their children to school while others were lucky to get scholarships and various sponsors. A form one student in Maranda high school has set the Internet ablaze judgment after he landed in school with a chopper for admission Kenyans have reacted differently on the same.
Maranda high school is a national boys school located in Siaya county. It has gained a lot of popularity due to its excellent performance in the national examinations. It is one of the oldest schools in the country and happens to have produced very great leaders in our country.