Education Cabinet Secretary Prof Magoha has released the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results on Wednesday at the Kenya National Examination Council Headquarters.
He announced that out of the 699,745 candidates who sat for this year, 125,746 candidates managed to attain a grade of C+ and above thus qualifying to join universities. 627 of the 125,746 candidates managed to score an A and 5,796 got an A-.
Buluma Wabuko Tony from Kapsabet Boys is the top candidate in this year’s KCSE with 87.159 points. He was followed closely by Barasa Maryane Njeri from Kenya High School with 87.087 points.
Prof. Magoha said the performance had improved compared to the previous years.
“The performance of this year’s KCSE was better than previous years. 627 students scored A plain compared to last year’s 315 students. 5,796 got A minus compared to last year’s 3,418,” he announced.
A total of 125,746 candidates scored above C+ , which is the minimum university entry grade. There was also an improvement on this number, according to the CS.
Here is a list of 2019 top ten students
- Buluma Wabuko Tony- Kabsabet Boys (87.159 points)
- Barasa Marianne Njeri- Kenya High School (87.087 points)
- Aboge David Odjiambo- Kapsabet Boys (87.080
- Antony Owuor Ochieng’- Maseno High School (87.00 points)
- Madhuri Natasha Wawira- Kenya High School (86.961 points)
- Kizito Ezra Sikuta- Moi High Kabarak (86.960 points)
- Lomani Chelegat- Alliance Girls (86 points)
- Ngathi Hellen Ndoki- Kenya High School (86.914)
- Siele Chelegat Eileen- Moi Forces Academy Lanet (86.900 points)
- Lauren Chelegat Ruto- St Bridgit Girls Kimilili (86.500 points)
Here is a list of the schools with the highest number of As.
- Kenya High School – 76
- Kapsebt High School – 49
- Alliance High School – 48
- Moi Kabarak – 30
- Alliance Girls – 27
- Mary Hill – 25
- Maseno School – 25
- Nairobi School – 23
- Mang’u High School – 23
- Moi Girls Eldoret – 21