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Form One Placement/ Selection 2022-2023; Popular KCSE Top Performing schools for 2021 Top 15 KCPE candidates

Form One Placement/ Selection 2022-2023; Popular KCSE Top Performing schools for 2021 Top 15 KCPE candidates
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Form One Placement/ Selection 2022-2023; Popular KCSE Top Performing schools for 2021 Top 15 KCPE candidates

In a nutshell;
Form One Selection 2022-2023: The release of form one placement results is a transitional period for all KCPE candidates willing to fill available form one placement vacancies in the various national, extra county, county, and sub-county secondary schools. During form one selection, there is stiff competition among KCPE candidates to join KCSE top-performing national and extra county secondary schools in Kenya.

2022/2023 Form 0ne Selection Key Facts and Statistics

 

Form One Selection Results for Top KCPE Candidates 2022-2023

S/N Secondary School  

Top KCPE Candidates

Name-2023

 

Top KCPE Candidates

Name-2022

 

KCPE Mark

(2021 KCPE)

Former Primary School/ KCPE Mark Number of students selecting Capacity/ No selected
1 Alliance High School   Magata Bruice Mackenzie 428  

Gilgil Hills Academy

154,524 384
  Alliance High School   George Morris 425 Hill School Academy 154,524 384
               
2 Kenya High School   Momanyi Ashley Kerubo 427

 

Makini School, Kibos    
  Kenya High School   Kwoma Charity Buyanzi 426 Holy Family Misikhu Girls Bungoma    
  Kenya High School   Wekesa Naomi Neema 426 White Star Academy School Lang’ata    
               
3 Alliance Girls High   Diana Rose Matolo 425 Fesbeth Academy Kakamega 105,053 384
  Alliance Girls High   Mbugua Sharon Wairimu 426 Emmanuel Academy Nyeri 105,053 384
4 Mary Hill Girls High   Shantel Ndinda Mueti 426 Kitengela International School    
5 Maseno School   Stanley Otieno Omondi 426 Rophine Field Junior School 104,581 528
               
6 Murang’a High School   Kimani Ethan Karuga 426 Stepping Stones Preparatory Thika    
               
5 Meru High School   Njeru Joel Musyoka 425 Nyangwa Pimary School    
               
6 Mang’u High School   Kiriinya Muriuki Victor 425 PCEA Mwimbi Boarding School, Tharaka Nithi 93,271 384
7 Kapsabet Boys High School   Emmanuel Kiplang’at Ng’etich 425 Moi Primary School Kabarak    
               
8 Kabianga High School         142,640 480
9 Pangani Girls         124,982 384
10 Nyandarua High School         123,976 288
11 Nakuru High School         100,840 336
12 Kapsabet Boys High         95,642 384
13 Butere Girls High School         94,774 432
14 Mbooni Girls High         93,515 240
15 Alliance High School         87,229 384
16 Kisumu Girls High School         86,456 384
17 Nakuru Girls High School         85,764 240
18 Moi Girls High School, Eldoret         85,494 336
19 Totals         1,578,741 5,568

 

All the 15 candidates who scored between 425 KCPE marks and the highest points – 428 – have been called to join national schools.

Alliance High School will absorb the best pupil nationally, Magata Bruce Mackenzie, as well as George Morris Otieno, who scored 425 KCPE marks.

Bruce sat his exam at Gilgil Hills Academy in Nakuru County, whereas George Morris wrote the national test at the Hill School.

The best female candidate, Momanyi Ashley Kerubo, who sat the KCPE exam at Makini School, Kibos, and scored 427 KCPE marks, has been placed at the Kenya High School. Kerubo will be joined at the Kenya High School by Wekesa Naomi Neema of White Star Academy, Nairobi (426 marks) and Kwoma Charity Buyanzi of Holy Family Misikhu Girls, Bungoma (426 marks).

The Alliance Girls’ High School will absorb two top performers – Diana Rose Matolo (425 KCPE marks; Fesbeth Academy, Kakamega) and Mbugua Sharon Wairimu (426 KCPE marks; Emmanuel Academy, Nyeri).

Below is the full list of the schools the Top 14 candidates have been called to join:

1. Magata Bruce Mackenzie (428; Gilgil Hills Academy, Nakuru) – Alliance High School

2. Momanyi Ashley Kerubo (427; Makini School Kibos, Kisumu) – Kenya High School

3. Kwoma Charity Buyanzi (426; Holy Family Misikhu Girls, Bungoma) – Kenya High School

4. Mbugua Sharon Wairimu (426; Emmanuel Academy, Nyeri) – Alliance Girls’ High School

 

5. Mueti Shantel Ndinda (426; Kitengela International School, Kajiado) – Maryhill Girls’ High School

 

6. Stanley Otieno Omondi (426; Rophine Field Junior School, Nairobi) – Maseno School

7. Wekesa Naomi Neema (426; White Star Academy, Nairobi) – Kenya High School

8. Kimani Ethan Karuga (426; Stepping Stones Preparatory, Thika in Kiambu) – Murang’a High School

9. Njeru Joel Musyoka (425; Nyangwa Primary School, Embu) – Meru School

 

10. Kiriinya Muriuki Victor (425; PCEA Mwimbi Boarding School, Tharaka Nithi) – Mang’u High School

11. Diana Rose Matolo (425; Fesbeth Academy, Kakamega) – Alliance Girls’ High School

 

12. Kaberia Emmanuel Munene (425; New Bambini School, Thika in Kiambu) – Mang’u High School

 

13. Emmanuel Kiplagat Ng’etich (425; Moi Primary School Kabarak, Nakuru) – Kapsabet High School

14. George Morris Otieno (425; Hill School) – Alliance High School

 

List of most preferred secondary schools by the 2021-2022 form one students

Some of the most popular secondary schools by the 2021/2022 KCPE candidates encompass Nanyuki High, Kabianga High, Pangani Girls, Nyandarua High, Alliance Girls, Maseno School, Nakuru High among others. For a full list of the most popular secondary schools among KCPE candidates, check the table below;

List of most preferred secondary schools 

S/N Secondary School Number of students selecting Capacity/ No selected
1 Nanyuki High School 154,524 384
2 Kabianga High School 142,640 480
3 Pangani Girls 124,982 384
4 Nyandarua High School 123,976 288
5 Alliance Girls High School 105,053 384
6 Maseno School 104,581 528
7 Nakuru High School 100,840 336
8 Kapsabet Boys High 95,642 384
9 Butere Girls High School 94,774 432
10 Mbooni Girls High 93,515 240
11 Mang’u High School 93,271 384
12 Alliance High School 87,229 384
13 Kisumu Girls High School 86,456 384
14 Nakuru Girls High School 85,764 240
15 Moi Girls High School, Eldoret 85,494 336
16 Totals 1,578,741 5,568

 

 

 

 

The Education Ministry, while announcing the placement results on Monday, April 11, said 38,797 pupils have been placed in national schools, 214 960 extra-county schools, 218,456 county schools, 726,311 sub-county schools, 2,045 special needs secondary schools, and 9,128 at refugee camp schools.

The Education Ministry said 1,209,697 pupils were placed in secondary schools. In the 2021 KCPE exam, 1,214,031 sat the exam. This means that 4,334 wrote the exam, but were not placed in secondary schools despite Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha saying that 100 percent primary-to-secondary transition was met.

Our Media team, however, understands that there’s a category of candidates who can’t be selected to join secondary schools due to certain reasons including confinement in correctional facilities.

 

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