Moi Primary School – Kabarak has formally addressed the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) by submitting a letter expressing dissatisfaction with the recently released 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results.
The school conveyed this concern through an internal memo to parents, officially acknowledging receipt of the 2023 KCPE results. In the communication, Moi Primary School asserted that, upon thorough examination, they found the released results did not accurately reflect the merit and true academic abilities of the learners.
“We have therefore appealed to the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) to review the same and hope that they will look into the matter and act swiftly,” said Nelson Kiptoo, head teacher of Moi Primary School.
Despite the school’s track record of consistently achieving impressive results in the past, this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) outcomes have surprised both parents and teachers.
The school held a prestigious position as one of the top-performing institutions in the county in 2022.
However, in the recent analysis on the top performers in the Rift Valley, Moi Primary School-Kabarak was notably absent.
This absence has sparked curiosity, leaving many to ponder what may have transpired with this academic powerhouse that has been instrumental in establishing Nakuru as an educational hub.
In a noteworthy achievement, Emmaculate Waceke of Gilgil Hills Academy emerged as the top student in Nakuru County, securing the second-best position nationwide with an impressive score of 427 marks.