(Confirmed) 2022/2023 KCSE Results Release Date; Here is the List of Top 10 Schools on our Watchlist this Year- KCSE 2022-2023 Results Release
2022-2023 KCSE Results: List of top 10 schools and candidates
It is now officially confirmed that the anxiously longed for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE Results for the year 2022 will be released in January 2023 at the Knec Headquarters- Mtihani House along the Dennis-Pritt Road in Nairobi.
Attention: Our dedicated media team will definitely publish verified KCSE 2022(January 2023) results for all schools across the 47 counties in Kenya once they are officially released on the official Knec portal. Click Here to access the KCSE 2022 Results Portal online.
The aforementioned KCSE release date is based on the 2022 -2023 academic calendar released by the Education CS. Last year, the 2022 KCSE Results for the 2021 academic year were announced on a rather unusual date- Saturday, April 2022.
The 2022/2023 KCSE results will mark the end of a tight academic calendar characterised by shortened terms occasioned by the Covid 19 pandemic that saw schools closed for more than right months.
In spite of the shortened term dates, teachers and learners have done their bit to ensure that impressive results are posted during the national KCSE examinations.
In this write-up, we present to you schools that have maintained a good run during KCSE Examinations results in spite of the Covid 19 pandemic:
KCSE Results Release Today; Top Schools on Our Watchlist KCSE 2022-2023
As usual, giant schools will seek to dethrone each other as they compete for the Top 10 KCSE 2021-2022 Best Performing Schools.
Giant Schools to watch during the KCSE Results 2021-2022 include:
|2||The Kenya High School||10.42||Nairobi|
|3||Moi High School Kabarak||10.36||Nakuru|
|4||Alliance High School||10.19||Kiambu|
|5||St Brigid’s Girls Kiminini||10.05||Trans Nzoia|
|6||Kagumo High School||9.78||Nyeri|
|7||Friends School Kamusinga||9.6186||Bungoma|
|8||Moi Girls Eldoret||9.52||Uasin Gishu|
|9||Mary Hill Girls High School||9.512||Kiambu|
|12||Baricho Boys High School||9.45||Kirinyaga|
|13||Starehe Boys Centre||9.44||Nairobi|
|14||Orero High School||9.4083||Homa Bay|
|15||St Gonzaga Gonza Isoge||9.356||Nyamira|
|16||Kabianga High School||9.3467||Kericho|
|17||Gendia High School||9.3121||Homa Bay|
Kenya High School which emerged top in the 2019 was dethroned in 2020 and 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results by Kapsabet Boys National School.
In the results released in 2019 by Education CS Prof. George Magoha, Kenya High School broke the record after it produced 76 A plain grades .
Kenya High was followed by Kapsabet Boys High School and Alliance High School at third position.
The top student was Buluma Tony Wabuko from Kapsabet Boys High School who scored an A plain of 87.159 points.
Buluma was also among the top candidates when he sat his KCPE exam in 2015 having scored 433 marks at St. Thomas Aquinas, Nakuru.
During that year, the top KCPE candidate registered 449 marks.
Cancelled/Withheld KCSE Results
This year’s KCSE exams were marred with a lot of examination irregularities bordering on early exposure of examination papers.
50 teachers contracted by the Kenya National Examinations Council to man the 2020 KCSE national email have already been sent packing by the Teachers Service Commission after being adversely mentiobed in the aforementioned heinous crime.
There is fear among candidates that the KCSE Results for those who were involved in examination malpractices may have their results nullified.
During the release of the KCPE 2020-2021 Knec Results however, President Uhuru Kenyatta directed Knec not to cancel results for candidates involved in exam irregularities.
During the 2019 KCSE exams, results for 1,309 candidates were canceled due to exam irregularities, although there was no case of exam leakage reported.
There was marked improvement in the year’s overall performance compared to the last three years.
“As proof that our reforms are coming of age, today I will be releasing results that show marked improvement in performance compared to those of the last three years. This is indeed a confirmation that our teachers are now preparing candidates better and that the learners themselves can now engage in studies knowing well that their performance depends on individual input,” said Prof. Magoha during the official release of the 2019 KCSE Results.