Ultimate magazine theme for WordPress.

Form One Selection Results 2021; Top Creme National Schools that Attracted the Highest Number of KCPE Candidates

For one selection results 2021/2022 by newspro.co.ke
0

Form One Selection Results 2021; Top Creme National Schools that Attracted the Highest Number of KCPE Candidates

Form One Selection Results 2021; Top Creme National Schools that Attracted the Highest Number of KCPE Candidates

The Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has unveiled the list of top creme schools that attracted the highest number of KCPE candidates.

According to the 2021 form one placement report, most KCPE candidates opted for the 17 traditional national schools.

This posed a great challenge that saw the technical team stuck in Naivasha trying to craft the best formula for equitable distribution of the limited slots in these schools.

Top in the list of KCSE top performing secondary schools that attracted the highest number of KCPE candidates during the form one selection process this year is Pangani Girls whose demand surpasses its student capacity- Ministry of Education, MoE approved enrollment rate which stands at 336. Alliance High School is also a dynamite for KCPE top scholars with a student capacity of 384 and finally the Kenya High School whose learner capacity stands at 336.

The aforementioned schools previously attracted over 50,000 KCPE candidates during the form one selection exercise.

Pangani Girls did attract 118, 817 form one applicants in the year 2020 while Alliance had a total of 83, 489 form one applications. Kenya High School clinched the third position with 49, 727 applications.

Form One Selection to National Schools 2021

Selection and placement of learners in national schools depends on merit-KCPE score, school choice, student capacity and affirmative action to ensure equity.

The Top 10 KCPE candidates in every sub-county get a direct ticket to their preferred national schools.

The 10 slots are reserved for both boys(5) and girls (5).

There are 335 sub counties in Kenya meaning that a total of 3350 top 10 candidates in every county will join national schools of their choice come July 26, the official reporting dates for all form ones.

There are 126 national schools in Kenya whose total student capacity stands at 33, 009 meaning that all the 8, 091 KCPE top candidates bagged a slot in these top performing institutions.

All the 1.18 million candidates have been successfully placed in national schools, extra county, county and sub-county schools whose capacity is shown below:

Declared form One Placement Vacancies per School Category 2021

School Category  and  Capacity

National Schools- 33, 009

Extra County Schools- 184, 816

County Schools- 188, 454

Sub- county schools-669, 145

Special Needs Education, SNE schools-in-kenya-portal 777

KCPE top scholars got placed in the following 17 traditional national schools

Original list of seventeen (17) National Schools before others were elevated to National School status

1. Nairobi school
2. Lenana School 
3. Kenya High School 
4. Starehe Boys Centre and School 
5. Moi Forces Academy 
6. Mangu High School 
7. Alliance Boys High School 
8. Alliance Girls High School 
9. Loreto High School 
10. Limuru Girls High School
11. Mary Hills Girls High School 
12. Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls High School 
13. Maseno School
14. Moi High School Kabarak
15. Moi Girls High School Eldoret
16. Nakuru High School
17. Garbatulla High School

 

BELOW IS A FULL LIST OF ALL THE 126 NATIONAL SCHOOLS IN KENYA: NAME AND CLUSTER

CLUSTER ONE (ALL NATIONAL SCHOOLS IN KENYA CLASSIFIED UNDER CLUSTER ONE)

Muthale Girls High School
Moi High School Mbiruri
Meru School
Makueni Boys High School
Chogoria Girls High School
Pangani Girls High School
St. Brigids Girls High School Kiminini
St. Theresa’s
Tartar Girls High School
Kipsigis Girls’ High School
Kapsabet Boys High School
Murang’a High School
Bura Girls High School
Machakos Boys High School
Mama Ngina Girls High School
Moi Girls High School Isinya
St. Patrick’s High School Iten
Lugulu Girls High School Webuye
Friends School Kamusinga
Kakamega School
Bunyore Girls High School
Kisii High School
Nyabururu Girls High School
Ribe Boys High School
Asumbi Girls High School
Maranda High School
Kanga High School
Garissa High School
Karima Girls High School
Kagumo High School

CLUSTER TWO (ALL NATIONAL SCHOOLS IN KENYA CLASSIFIED UNDER CLUSTER TWO)

Hola Boys Secondary School
Lamu Girls Secondary school
Ngao Girls Secondary School
Mpeketoni Secondary School
Nyandarua High School
Kabianga High School
Nanyuki High School
St. Joseph’s Girls Chepterit
S.A Kolanya Girls Secondary School
Oloolaiser High School
Moi Nyabohanse Girls High School
Kathiani Girls School
Bahari Girls Secondary School
Mbooni Girls Secondary School
Garbatula High School
Sironga Girls High School
Turkana Girls secondary School
Chewoyet High School
Moyale Boys Secondary School
Kisima Girls High School
Tenwek High School
Wajir High School
Moi Girls Secondary School Marsabit
Mandera Secondary School
Wajir Girls Secondary School

CLUSTER THREE (FULL LIST OF NATIONAL SCHOOLS IN KENYA CLASSIFIED UNDER CLUSTER THREE)

Alliance High School, Kikuyu
Kenyatta High School, Mwatate
Limuru Girls High School
Segero Adventist High School
Alliance Girls High School, Kikuyu
Loreto High School Limuru
Nairobi School
St Alberts Ulanda Girls
Maryhill Girls High School
Lenana School
Moi High School Kabarak
Starehe Boys Centre and School
The Kenya High School
Nakuru High School
Moi Forces Academy, Nairobi
Moi Girls High School, Eldoret
Mangu High School
Nakuru Girls High School
Utumishi Boys Academy
Moi Forces Academy, Lanet
Maseno School
The Kenya High School

CLUSTER FOUR (ALL NATIONAL SCHOOLS CLASSIFIED UNDER CLUSTER FOUR)

Shimo La Tewa High School
Matuga Girls High School
Kwale High School
Our Lady of Consolata
Mugoiri Girls High School
St. Mary’s Girls High School-Igoji
Siakago Girls High School
Kitui High School
Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls High School
Baricho High School
Kabare Girls High School
Ikuu Boys High School
Isiolo Girls High School
Moi Girls Secondary School, Marsabit
St. Josephs Boys High School Kitale
Baringo Boys High School
Maralal High School
Kilgoris Boys Secondary School
Lodwar Boys High School
Ole Tipis Girls Secondary School
Njonjo Girls High School
Kaplong Girls Secondary School
Moi Kapsowar Girls Secondary School
Chavakali High School
Butula Boys High School
Mbita High School
Kisumu Girls High School
Nyambaria High School
Ngiya Girls High School
Nep Girls High School

SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN KENYA

Reverend Muhoro School for the Deaf
Pwani Secondary/Vocational School for the Deaf
S.A. Joytown Secondary School for the Physically Handicapped
Thika Muranga School for Hearing Impaired
PCEA Kambui School for Hearing Impaired
S.A. High School for the Blind, Thika
St. Lucy’s High School for the Visually Impaired
Machakos Secondary School For The Deaf
St. Kizito Secondary School for the Hearing Impaired
St. Bridgit Akoreet Secondary and Vocational Training
St. Angela Mumias Vocational School for Deaf
Ngala Secondary School for the Deaf
Kapsabet Secondary School for The Deaf
Nalondo CBM Secondary for Physically Handicapped
ACK Ematundu Boys Secondary/Vocational School
Kedowa Special Secondary School
Kibos Visually Impaired Secondary – Kibos School for the Blind
Nico Hauser Special School for the Visually Impaired
Gianchere Friends Secondary /Vocational For the Hearing Impaired
Kuja Special School for the Deaf
Fr. Ouderaa Secondary School for the Hearing Impaired

Enter Your Mail Address

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.