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KCSE 2021/2022 Results, Release, Key Figures, Statistics; Top 10 Candidates, Top 10 Special Needs Candidates, Top 10 Sub-County Candidates and Schools, Most Improved Candidates, Top Underage Candidates, Schools with Straight As, KUCCPS Cut off Points for 2021/2022 KCSE, Grade Summary Distribution

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KCSE 2021/2022 Results, Release, Key Figures, Statistics; Top 10 Candidates, Top 10 Special Needs Candidates, Top 10 Sub-County Candidates and Schools, Most Improved Candidates, Top Underage Candidates, Schools with Straight As, KUCCPS Cut off Points for 2021/2022 KCSE, Grade Summary Distribution

KCSE 2020-2021 top 100 candidates nationally

Release of the 2021 KCSE-April 2022 results: Following the official release of the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education KCSE examination results by CS Magoha on Saturday 23rd April 2022, we have a detailed analysis of all the 2021 KCSE Top performers for various categories including the 2021 KCSE performance of sub-county secondary schools and candidates, Top 15 KCSE candidates nationally, most improved candidates among others. See the tables below

Get a detailed analysis of the 2021 KCSE Results for all schools at the KNEC portal by clicking HERE.

 

KCSE 2021/2022 Top Candidates

KCSE 2021 Top Male/ Overall Candidate: Jariel Ndeda Obura of Mangu High (A of 87.167)

KCSE 2021 Top Girl/ Female Student: Mwendo Cecily Mutheu of Kenya High (87.103) 

Rank Top KCSE

2021 Candidate’s Name

KCSE 2021 Mean School

Name

County Region
 1 Jariel Ndeda Obura  An of 87.167 Mangu High School  Kiambu  Central 
 2 Mukuha Timothy  87.139 A Alliance High School   Kiambu Central 
 3 Job Ngara  87.116 A Mangu High   Kiambu Central 
 4 Chege David Kamau  87.104 A St Joseph Boys Kitale   Trans Nzoia County  Rift Valley
 5 Ramadhan Musa Tepo  87.103 A  Light Academy   Nairobi Nairobi 
 6 Mwendo Cecily Mutheu  87.103 A Kenya High  Nairobi Nairobi 
 7 Ian Mwai  87.086 A Kakamega High  Kakamega Western 
 8  Pita Shekinah Wise  87.079 A Kenya High    Nairobi Nairobi 
 9 Mshindi Daniel Ouma  87.076 A  Light Academy   Nairobi Nairobi 
 10 Brenda Cherotich  87.066

A

Kipsigis Girls  National School  Kericho Rift Valley 
 11 Mugane Job Ngatia  87.064 A Strathmore School   Nairobi Nairobi 
 12 Pretie Ariona Adanga  87.059 A Kapsabet Boys National School Nandi  Rift Valley
 13 Adanga Mutethia  87.057 A Mangu High School  Kiambu Central 
 14 Abiyah Melanie Nelima  87.04 A Kenya High School  Nairobi Nairobi 
 15 Maina Millicent Wamuru   87.04 A Kenya High School Nairobi  Nairobi 

 

2021/2022 KCSE Top Underage Candidates

KCSE 2021 Top Female underage candidate: The KCSE 2021 top female/ overall underage student is Brenda Cherotich of Kipsigis Girls High School who attained an A of 87.66 points. Kipsigis Girls is a top-performing national school located in Kericho County, within the Great Rift Valley Region of Kenya.

KCSE 2021 Top Male underage candidate: The KCSE 2021 top female/ overall underage student is Brian Ndeto of Starehe Boys Centre who attained an A of 86.7 points.  Other KCSE top-performing underage candidates in 2022 KCSE results for the 2021 class encompass:

1. Brenda Cherotich – Kipsigis Girls’ High School – 87.66
2. Brian Ndeto – Starehe Boys’ Centre and School – 86.7
3. Muendo Jane Mutheu – St. Therese Mbooni Girls’ High School- 86.6
4. Arnold Felix Oguda Oketch – Kabianga High School – 86.5
5. Mutua Fabian Mutisya – Mang’u High School – 86.4
6. Njuguna Mercy Wanjiku – Pangani Girls’ High School – 85.9
7. Mutuku Gloria Wavinya – Alliance Girls’ High School – 85.8
8. Njuguna Victor Mburu – Murang’a High School – 85.7
9. Nthenya Dotty Sweetie – Kenya High School – 85.6
10. Nalyanya Keith Lesley – Alliance High School – 85.5
10. Gatheca Purity Ngina – Precious Blood School, Riruta – 85.5
11. Kyalo Peter Mumo – St. Charles Lwanga – 84.9
11. Sitati Shammah Wekesa – Nairobi School – 84.9
12. Orangi Mitunda Divon – Friends School Kamusinga – 84.8
13. Otieno Evans Omondi – Mbita High School – 84.7

 

KCSE 2021/2022 Top Special Needs Candidates

The top KCSE 2021 Male/ Overall special needs candidate is Reuben Osoro Branton of Kapsabet Boys National school who scored an A plain of 83.489 points.

The top KCSE 2021 female special needs candidate is Precious Zawadi Machuka of  Moi Girls High School Eldoret who scored an A- Minus of 79.326 points.

KCSE 2022/2023 Top Candidates Rank Top KCSE

2021 Candidate’s Name

KCSE 2021 Mean School

Name

County Region
   1 Reuben Osoro Branton An of 87.167 Kapsabet Boys Nandi Rift Valley
   2 Agot Saulo Olango 83.294 A Maranda High  Siaya Nyanza
  3 Otieno Omondi Stanley 80.414 A- Maseno School  Kisumu Nyanza
   4 Mburugu Ian Mutethia 79.326 A- Mangu High School  Kiambu Central
   5 Precious Zawadi Machuka 79.326, A- Moi Girls High School Eldoret  Uasin Gishu Rift Valley
   6 Gatluak Gai Deng 79.204, A- Chesamis Boys High School  Nakuru Rift Valley
  7 Kimiru Peter Kamau 78.289, A- Nyandarua High School  Nyandarua Central
   8 Momanyi Bonface 78.284, A- Nyambaria High    Nyamira Nyanza
   9 Okoth Stanley Otieno 77.156, A-)

 

St. Joseph’s Rapogi Boys High  Migori Nyanza
   10 John Mutugu Chege 77.069, A- S.A High School for the Blind  Kiambu Central
   11 Awoi Imoit Bethwel 76.184, A- Maranda High  Siaya Nyanza
   12 Siyad Salah Abdi 76.11, A- Bushra High School Garissa North Eastern
   13 Frank Momanyi 75.163, B+ Kanga High  Migori Nyanza
   14 Mang’ang’a Collins Marwa 75.099, B+ Tarang’any A Boys High  Migori Nyanza
   15 Senteu Joshua Mokoi 74.946, B+ Kiambu High School   Kiambu  Central

 

2021 KCSE- April 2022 Results – Best performing sub-county schools:

KCSE 2021/2022 Top sub-county school; The top KCSE 2021 sub-county secondary school is Nyakeore Secondary School located in Nyamira County within the Nyanza Region of Kenya. In the just-released KCSE 2022 results for the 2021 KCSE exams, the school emerged in position one nationally after attaining a mean of 65.25. Other KCSE 2021/2022 Top sub-county schools encompass:

  1. Nyakeore Secondary School, Nyanza, (65.25)
  2.  Kebulonik Secondary School, Rift Valley (57.96)
  3. Banisa Mixed Secondary School, North Eastern (51.39)
  4. Manyatta Mixed Secondary School, Eastern (50.67)
  5. Shibanga Mixed Secondary School, Western (50.52)
  6. Heni Secondary School, Central (46.07)
  7.  Mary Happy Day School, Nairobi (41.40)
  8. AlFarsy Girls Secondary School, Coast (36.22)

KCSE 2021- April 2022 Results – Best performing candidates in sub-county schools

KCSE 2021/2022 Top male/ overall candidate in sub-county school; The top KCSE 2021 candidate in the sub-county secondary school category is Anthony Njuguna Muhoro of Kiamaina Secondary School located in Nakuru North sub-county, Nakuru County within the Great Rift Valley Region of Kenya. In the just-released KCSE 2022 results for the 2021 KCSE exams, Anthony Njuguna Muhoro emerged in position one nationally after attaining a mean of 84.634 A Plain. Other KCSE 2021/2022 Top candidates in sub-county schools encompass:

  1. Anthony Njuguna Muhoro, Kiamaina Secondary School, Rift Valley (84.634)
    2. Owino Eric, Akoko Secondary School, Nyanza (83.71)
    3. Karwitha Clinton Mutwiri, Angaine Mixed Day Secondary School, Eastern (81.449)
    4. Achesa Alukoti Dillan, Matunda S.A Secondary School, Western (81.237)
    5. Ndiangui Frank Wagura, St. James Kiaritha Secondary School, Central (79.439)
    6. Mulei Kelvin, Dandora Secondary School, Nairobi (79.213)
    7. M’Kirima Dennis Mwamburi, St. Charles Lwanga Secondary School, Coast (78.246)
    8. Ronald Kipkoech, Kiplabotwa Secondary School, North Eastern (74.943)

KCSE 2021/2022 Results: 8 Most Improved 2021 KCSE Students Nationally

KCSE 2021 most improved male/ overall candidate; The top KCSE 2021 candidate most improved male/ overall candidate is Mbilo Boniface Wambua of Njukini Mixed Secondary School. In the just-released KCSE 2022 results for the 2021 KCSE exams, Mbilo Boniface emerged in position one nationally after attaining a mean of B Plain up from his KCPE Mean of C- Minus of 241 points out of the total 500 marks. Other KCSE 2021/2022 most improved candidates encompass:

  1. Mbilo Boniface Wambua – Njukini Mixed Secondary School – KCPE 241 marks, KCSE B (plain).
    2. Maina Humphrey Mwangi – Gathiruini Sec School – KCPE 211 marks, KCSE B (plain).
    3. Kituku Simon Mavii – ABC Bambusu Sec School – KCPE 221 marks, KCSE B (plain).
    4. Njoroge Kelvin Mwangi – Jehovah Jireh Sec School – KCPE 207 marks, KCSE B (plain).
    5. Cheptoo Sharon – Lelu Sec School – KCPE 267 marks, KCSE A- (minus).
    6. Shawiza Isaac from -Makuchi Sec School- KCPE 242 marks, KCSE B (plain).
    7. Okoth Cynthia Adhiambo – Sigoti Complex Girls Sec School – KCPE marks 165, KCSE B- (Minus).
    8. Najma Mohamed Hassan-Lanisa Mixed Sec School – KCPE marks 113 , KCSE B (plain)

Registration of the 2022 KCSE Examinations: During the official release of the 2021 KCSE results on April 23, 2022, the CS Education noted that the registration of candidates for the 2022 KCSE examination will commence on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. The current grade six learners should also get ready for their end-of primary education summative tests by KNEC in December 2022. 

Release of the 2022 KCSE Results; The 2022 KCSE Results will be conducted between November and December 2022. The 2022 KCSE results will therefore be released in January 2023. The 2022/2023 KCSE candidates will therefore join the university by April 2023 after the release of the 2022-2023 KUCCPS placement results before March 2023.

Release of the 2021-2022 KUCCPS Placement Results: The 2022 KUCCPS Placement results for the 2021 KCSE candidates will be released in May 2022. Stay tuned for the release of the 2021/2022 KUCCPS placement results then click HERE for verified, instant KUCCPS News.

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