Mandera Secondary School has received the most slots for form one students from Busia County out of the 428 who have been selected to join 88 national schools across the country.
Mandera Secondary from North Eastern Province will admit 12 form one students from Busia County.
More students from Busia County have been admitted to schools in North Eastern Province. Wajir High has admitted eight students, Moyale secondary (5), Garbatula High (3), Isiolo (2) and Maralal High (1).
Coast schools have admitted 41 students from Busia County. Mpeketoni Secondary is leading with six students, Kenyatta High has five, Shimo La Tewa and Bahari Girls have four each.
Ngiya Girls are second with 11 students from Busia County. Lugulu Girls, Kakamega and Bunyore Girls have enrolled 10 students each. Meanwhile, Friends School Kamusinga has admitted 9 students, Maseno School (9) Butere Girls (8) and St Patrick’s Iten (8).
The Prestigious Alliance High School has admitted six students from Busia County with Butula sending three and Samia, Teso South and Nambale sending one each.
Alliance Girls will admit five including Sharon Wele Ngore of Masendebale Primary. Mangu has admitted four including two from Teso South and one each from Bunyala and Teso South.
Limuru Girls has admitted six students from Busia County. Loreto High School Limuru (4), Maryhill Girls Thika (1), Lenana School (5), Nairobi School (5), Kenya High (6), Starehe Boys’ Centre (5), Kapsabet Boys (5), Starehe Girls (4), Pangani Girls (3), Nakuru High (4) and Nakuru Girls (5).
Local National School S.A. Kolanya Girls have been allocated only three slots with Butula Boys receiving seven slots.