2022/2023 Form 1 Selection Results, Admission Letters & Reporting Dates
The 2023 form one placement results will be announced in January 2023. The 2022 KCPE candidates are expected to join secondary schools after the release of the placement results by the new Cabinet Secretary in charge of Education starting February 2023.
2022 Form One Placement Results; The Form one placement results 2022 were recently announced. Students report to school promptly on May 3, 2022, as directed by the then Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha.
Parents are expected to send the index number of 2022 KCPE candidates to 22263 to know the school where their child was selected.
The new education cabinet secretary has directed school heads to admit all form one students without any restrictions.
All 2022 KCPE candidates living in urban slums across the country who managed to score over 400 marks will automatically get placed in the national schools of their choice. Speaking this morning when he released the results of the 2022 KCPE Form One placement exercise, the new CS says this year’s Form 1 selection was conducted digitally; KCPE candidates to access school joining instructions via the Education ministry’s website.
2023 Form One Placement Results for National Schools
More than 30,000 students were selected to join national schools in the country.
About 800 students from slum areas were selected to join national schools.
2022 Top 10, Best, Most Selected High Schools By Form 1 Students
The Ministry of Education has released a list of the most preferred schools by the 2022 form ones.
Top 10, Best, Most Selected High Schools
Nanyuki High leads the 10 most preferred schools. Nanyuki High School was for the second time the topmost preferred school for a majority of KCPE candidates as highlighted in the list below.
A total of 156,003 candidates selected the school yet the institution has only 480 capacity in form one.
Some 38,797 KCPE candidates are selected to join national schools every year.
According to the CS, 214,960 other KCPE candidates are placed in extra county schools while 258,456 are enrolled in the third tier of county schools.
Another 726,311 students are usually enrolled in sub-county schools while 2,045 get placed in special needs schools.
Last year, retired CS Magoha said more than 800 students from informal settlements are among those selected to join national and extra county schools.
Magoha further said that a big number of candidates did not receive proper guidance and direction when choosing schools.
“This resulted in some schools attracting far many applicants against their capacities.”
“This scenario can be avoided if candidates are offered relevant guidance during the selection process by teachers and parents,” he noted.
Below are the top 10 National Schools that were most selected by candidates.
SCHOOL NO.SELECTING CAPACITY