Top Students With The Highest Score In KCSE 2015 Result

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Following the announcement of KCSE result on Thurday, so many schools have reported excellent scores in the exam written in 2015.

Keep in mind that Education Cabinet Fred Matiangi is no longer allowed to rate schools and candidates according to their performance as a ban was placed by the ministry in 2014 on the ranking to curb cut-throat competition among institutions.

As a consequence, media now depends on students’ feeds from different schools in comparing who performed the most which are used in compiling a list of the top performers.

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However, Education Cabinet Fred Matiangi gave an insight of what the results look like.

According to Fred,  31.52% (165,766) of the candidates in 2015 KSCE scored grade C+ and above. 2,636 students scored the highest mean grade of A (plain) – dropping from 3,073 in 2014 to 2,636 in 2015.

75% (1,976) of the top scorers are male. About 525,802 candidates registered for the exams.

Chavakali Boys’ High School attained 300 As, 211 A-s, 99 B+s and 20 Bs overall. 630 students participated in the exam in the school where some students’ results were cancelled for irregularities, The Star reports.

The school’s Principal, Kahi Indimuli revealed that in 2014’s exam, about 313 students were marked Ys in English and Mathematics. The principal also said that out of school’s 317 candidates, only four got complete results.

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Following in second is Moi High School Kabarak, which gathered 202 As in the results that have been sent as of yet. The school’s 289 students participated in the exam.

Alliance Boys’ High School, gained 200 As and a C+ out of 347 students who sat for the exam. The principal noted that the remaining number of results is yet to be received from education Ministry.

Maseno High School enrolled 288 candidates. 140 scored As, 122 A-, 19B+, 3B and one B-, gathering a mean score of 11.393. The school principal is grateful to the staff and students.

Principal Paul Otula named his school the best performer of the year in the nation’s KCSE examination. Sawagongo High School in Kisumu scored a mean grade of 10.138 with 27 candidates scoring As, 100 B+, 53Bs, 8B-,5C+ and one C.

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Kapsabet Boys’ High School, received  90 A, 143 A-, 20 B+, two B and a B-. In all, 256 candidates, wrote the exam, obtaining a grade of 11.2.

Maranda High School,  known for its good records in the exam attained a mean score of 10.67. The school’s 369 candidates wrote the exam. Out of this overall number of participants, 68 scored As, 166 A-, 87B+, 30Bs, 14B-, 3C+ one C.

Principal Boaz Owino lauded the students for their improvement.

Kanga High School obtained a mean score of 10.82 in the exam in which 285 candidates participated. With 41 of the students scoring As, 121 A-, 79 B+, 28 B, Kanga High School is named the best in Nyanza.

The Standard gathered that these candidates are the top performers in the KCSE 2015. Note that this is not ranked orderly.

Kiprop Herbert Mowo – A(plain). Mean grade of 83 points. Subject scores: English A-(minus), Kiswahili A, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A, CRE A, ELEC B+(plus).

Omurwa Maurice Magembe – A (plain). Mean grade of 83 points. Subject scores: English A, Kiswahili A, Mathematics A-(minus), Biology A, Physics B+(plus), Chemistry A, History A, Business Studies A.

Adalla Andre Otieno – A (plain). Mean grade of 84 points. Subject scores: English A, Kiswahili A, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A, Geography A, Business Studies A.

Mayaka Simeon Nyachae – A plain. Mean grade of 83 points. Subject scores: English A, Kiswahili A, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics A- (minus), Chemistry A, CRE A-(minus), Business Studies A.

Apiyo Maria – A (plain). Mean grade of 84 points. Subject scores: English A, Kiswahili A, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A, Geography A, German A.

Orondo Collins Okungu – A (plain). Mean grade of 83 points. Subject scores: English A-(minus), Kiswahili A, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A, Geography A, Business Studies A.

Siaya Qillian Ndeso – A (plain). Mean grade of 83 points. Subject scores: English A, Kiswahili A-(minus), Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics A, Chemistry A, Geography A, Business Studies A.

Other top performers in the KCSE 2015 exams are:

Mokua Fadhili Obiria, Kyenze Austin Munyao, Bellut Linda Jerop, Mugambi Hiram Migwi, Misach Nabboth Onyango, Bichii Ian Kiplimo. All of the obtained a mean grade of A (plain) of 82 points.

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