Various secondary schools across Nandi County that posted good results in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams are celebrating their stunning performances in schools. Parents, teachers, students have converged in their various schools to jointly celebrate the results.
Kapsabet Boys High School which produced two candidates in teh top three nationally, one being the best nationally, has a mean score of 10.11, and 49 As. This is a great improvement and achievement for the school on last year’s mean score of 10.09.
Meteitei Boys High School in Tindiret Constituency also recorded good results after getting nine A- and a mean score of 7.1. St. Josephs Girls High School in Chesumei constituency which had four A- attained a mean score of 7.024 while Kapsabet Girls High school in Emgwen Constituency with fifteen A- had a mean score of 8.5.
Other schools like Chebisaas Girls in Aldai constituency, Samoei Boys in Nandi Hills constituency and Kabiyet Boys in Mosop constituency also managed to record good results as more candidates attained the university entry mark.