Joy was evident at St. Joseph’s Boys High School Kitale as teachers, parents, and students celebrated after the school posted good results in the just-released KCSE results. The top student in the school, James Chege, scored an A plain of 82 points, followed by 43 A- minuses, with the school improving its mean grade from 2016.
While releasing the school results, the School Principal Peter Obwogo revealed they also had 70 B+, 57 C+, 1C plain, and the lowest grade was a C-. He said the school’s performance has improved given that last year they had no A grade, and they had 16 A-. He attributed the good reulsts to hardwork and effort put in by the teaching staff, worked as a team, cooperative parents and a good relationship with the students.
The best student said his KCSE performance was as a result of a dedicated and hardworking staff, his cooperation with fellow students as well as parents who supported him and provided him with whatever he needed. He said that he aspires to become a doctor, and urged other students still in school to work hard and excel like him.
Elsewhere, at St. Brigids Girls High School, the teachers were still compiling reuslts by Thursday, but early results indicated 18 students have scored A-, with the best students so far having scored an A- with 79 marks, while 36 students have scored B+.