How To Check The School Where Your Pupil Has Been Placed
Education cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu announced the placement of student's who sat for the 2022 KCPE earlier today into different secondary school's. Parent's are required to send the name of the student to 22263 or check the website at www.education.go.ke . Every student has been placed into a secondary school, the government has also announced.
A second year drop out reunites with her mother after spending years sleeping in a bush
Education has a been a dream of every parent to their children. Every parents wishes their children to get a good education , get a good job and be able to sustain themselves. Due to this dream many parents go out of their way to provide fees and other requirements for the education.
Details Of Little Known Kenyan School That Was Selected By Many KCPE Students
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has announced the placement for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education candidates who sat for their exams this year with May 3 2022 set as the date for the form ones to start reporting to their respective secondary schools. Details have however emerged of a little-known Kenyan school that emerged as the most preferred secondary school that was selected by many candidates across the nation.
Top 10 Most Preferred High Schools In Kenya By Students Joining Form One.
All the 1.2 millions high school students that did their KCPE this year have already been selected in their various high schools that they will be joining in three weeks time. We have a number of schools that majority of students wanted to join yet the available slots were too low.
Man Who Abandoned Bright Son at Nanyuki High Says He Became Desperate About His Son's Situation
Brian Salambo, with his dad, came 400km all the way from Ikolomani in Kakamega County to Nanyuki High School in Laikipia County to secure his form one slot, though he supposed to be admitted at Oloolaiser Boys in Kajiado County. On Thursday, the kid and his dad were ushered into the office by Principal Oliver Munishi and were given tea in the reception room as he talked to other parents.