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Kapsabet Girls Senior Secondary School

Kapsabet Girls High School

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Kapsabet Girls High School

Kapsabet (Girls) High School KCSE 2021-2022 Results and Form One Admission 2022- Kapsabet Girls High 2021 KCSE Results Analysis and Ranking by Knec in 2022; Current KCSE (2020) School Mean Score stands at (8.91), Number of As, A- Minus, Grade Summary, Distribution & Rank-Position 39 Nationally


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School name= Kapsabet Girls Senior Secondary School

Type= Senior Secondary School

Grades= 10, 11 & 12

Location= 40 kilometers from Eldoret Town

Year of Establishment=1951

Principal=Mary Kiprop

Motto=Strive to excel

 Colour: Red


Grades: 10-12 (Senior Secondary)

Founder’s Day: 

Knec Code= 29513101

Contact=254 721 656 610

Enrolment= 1338 students


Kapsabet Girls High School Performance during the Kenya National Examinations Council-KNEC Examinations

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KCSE  2022=

KCSE 2021= 8.5 B A- Position 56 nationally

KCSE 2020= 8.92 B Position 37 nationally

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About Kapsabet Girls High School

Level; Senior secondary school-Grades 10, 11 & 12.

Category; Senior secondary school, government-sponsored

Admission; 100% transition at Grade 10

Senior Secondary Selection/ Admission Criteria; Dictated by the Ministry of Education guidelines including KPSEA Knec results, Affirmative Action, and Regional Balance

Senior School comprises Grades 10, 11, and 12. In senior school, students have to select one pathway that they want to specialize in from the three that have been listed below.  Each pathway has its own subjects that we will also list.  The three Pathways include:

  1. Arts and Sports Science
  2. Social Sciences
  3. Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

1) Art and Sport Science Pathway Subjects

This pathway has Core and Optional Subjects. Core subjects are mandatory to students that have selected the pathway and a minimum of one and maximum of two optional subjects in Arts and Sport Science:

Arts Core subjects

  • Legal and Ethical Issues in Arts
  • Communication Skills
    • Performing Arts
    • Music
    • Dance
    • Theatre and Elocution
    • Fine Art
    • Applied Art
    • Time-Based Media
    • Crafts

    Sports Science Core subjects

    • Human Physiology, Anatomy, and Nutrition
    • Sports Ethics

    Sports Science Optional Subjects

    • Athletics
    •  Indoor Games
    • Gymnastics
    • water sports
    • Boxing
    • Martial Arts
    • Outdoor Pursuits
    • Advanced Physical Education

    2) Social Sciences Pathway Subjects

    Students who have selected the Social Sciences pathway are required to do a minimum of  3 and maximum of 5  subjects. The Subjects include:


    • History and Citizenship
    • Geography
    • Christian Religious Education
    • Islamic Religious Education
    • Hindu Religious Education
    • Business Studies
    • Mathematics


    • English Language
    • Literature in English
    • Lugha ya Kiswahili
    • Fasihi ya Kiswahili
    • Kenyan Sign Language
    • Indigenous Languages
    • Arabic
    • French
    • German
    • Mandarin

    Business Studies

  • 3) Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Subjects

    This pathway is divided into four tracks which include:

    1. Pure sciences
    2. Applied sciences
    3. Technical and engineering
    4. Career in Technology Studies

    Each track (learning category) has core and optional subjects.

    a) Pure sciences

    Core Subjects include:

    • Community Service Learning
    • Physical Education
    • ICT

    Optional Subjects include:

    Learners are required to select a minimum of 3 from the 4:

    • Mathematics
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology

    b) Applied sciences

    Core Subjects include;

    • Community Service Learning
    • Physical Education
    • ICT

    Optional  Subjects include;

    Students are required to select one subject only:

    • Agriculture
    • Computer Science
    • Foods and Nutrition
    • Home Management

    c) Technical and engineering

    Core Subjects  include:

    • Community Service Learning
    • Physical Education
    • ICT
    • Mathematics
    • Chemistry or Biological Sciences
    • Physics or Biology or Physical Sciences

    Optional Subjects:

    Students are required to select one:

    • Agricultural Technology
    • Geosciences Technology
    • Marine and Fisheries Technology
    • Aviation Technology
    • Wood Technology
    • Electrical Technology
    • Metal Technology
    • Power Mechanics
    • Clothing Technology
    • Construction Technology
    • Media Technology
    • Electronics Technology
    • Manufacturing Technology
    • Mechatronic

    d) Career in Technology Studies

    Core Subjects:

    • Community Service Learning
    • Physical Education
    • ICT

    Optional Subjects include:

    Students should select one optional subject;

    • Garment Making and Interior Design
    • Leather Work
    • Culinary Arts
    • Hair Dressing and Beauty Therapy
    • Plumbing and Ceramics
    • Welding and Fabrication
    • Tourism and Travel
    • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
    • Animal Keeping
    • Exterior Design and Landscaping
    • Building Construction
    • Photography
    • Graphic Designing and Animation
    • Food and Beverage
    • Motor Vehicle Mechanics
    • Carpentry and Joinery
    • Fire Fighting
    • Metalwork
    • Electricity
    • Land Surveying
    • Science Laboratory Technology
    • Electronics
    • Printing Technology
    • Crop Production



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