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KCSE 2021-2022 Results 2022:  List of Top 100 Schools-KNEC List of Top 100 Schools Nationally in 2021 KCSE Results Released in 2022

Mary Hill (Girls) High School KCSE 2021-2022 Results and Form One Admission 2022- Mary Hill Girls High 2021 KCSE Results Analysis and Ranking by Knec in 2022; Current KCSE (2020) School Mean Score (9.89), Number of As, A- Minus, Grade Summary, Distribution & Rank-Position 6 Nationally

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Following the release of the April 2022 KCSE results for the 2021 class by CS Magoha at Mtihani House on Friday, April 22, 2022, Here is the full list of KCSE 2021/2022 Top 100 schools that encompass; the Kenya High School, Kapsabet Boys, Alliance Boys High School, Moi Kabarak, Alliance Girls High School, Mary Hill Girls High, Maseno School, Nairobi School, Mang’u High School, Mang’u High School, Moi Girls Eldoret

The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE is a summative test offered at the end of a four-year course in Kenya. The examinations are very standard with KCSE candidates expected to take at least two papers in at least 7 subjects from a pool of languages, sciences, technicals, Mathematics, and humanities.

Therefore, the only legible candidates for 2022 KNEC results are candidates who have successfully sat for at least seven subjects. Candidates involved in examination malpractices will not be awarded successfully. They get awarded grade Y. Candidates who do not complete their papers are awarded X. The highest and most highly coveted but rare grade during KCSE national examinations is Grade A. Only a few top 100 schools manage to produce a few straight As this year. Click HERE once the 2022 KCSE results are released to view the full list of schools that produced the highest number of As during KCSE 2021-2022 Knec Results.

HERE IS THE LIST OF SCHOOLS THAT HAVE RECEIVED ACCOLADES FOR PRODUCING STRAIGHT As DURING KCSE results 2021-2022

KCSE 2021-2022 Top 100

Schools that produce the highest number of straight As encompassing: the legendary Kenya High School which produced 76 straight As (KCSE 2020), Kapsabet High School which produced 49 straight As (KCSE 2020), Kenya High School which produced 49 straight As (KCSE 2020), Alliance High School which produced 48  straight As (KCSE 2020), Moi Kabarak High School which produced 30 straight As (KCSE 2020), Alliance Girls High School which produced 27 straight As (KCSE 2020), Mary Hill Girls High School which produced 25 straight As (KCSE 2020), Maseno High School which produced 25 straight As (KCSE 2020), Nairobi High School which produced 23 straight As (KCSE 2020), Moi Girls Eldoret High School which produced 76 straight As (KCSE 2020), Mang’u High School which produced 23 straight As (KCSE 2020).  

KCSE 2021-2022 Top 1000 schools and candidates as of the year 2021.

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Top Schools in 2022 KCSE Results per county and region

School Name School

Mean

KCSE

2021-

2022

School Mean

KCSE 2020-2021

County Region Position

Nationally

Kapsabet

Boys High

  10.51 Nandi Rift Valley 1
Kenya High   10.4 Nairobi Nairobi 2
 Mang’u High   10.28  Kiambu   Central
 Alliance High    10.18  Kiambu  Central   4
 Light Academy    10.05 Nairobi  Nairobi
 St. Joseph’s Girls   9.95   TransNzoia Rift Valley 
 Murang’a High School   9.86   Murang’a   Central  7
 St. Brigid’s Kiminini   9.85  TransNzoia   Rift Valley
 Pangani Girls High    9.84 Nairobi  Nairobi 
 Maranda High   9.8  Siaya  Nyanza  10 
 Strathmore School   9.78  Nairobi  Nairobi  11 
 Moi Girls Eldoret   9.68  Uasin Gishu   Rift Valley 12 
 Friends School Kamusinga   9.62  Bungoma  Western  13 
 Asumbi Girls   9.6   Homa Bay Nyanza  14 
 Moi Kabarak   9.56  Nakuru  Rift Valley  15 
 Anestar Boys   9.58  Nakuru  Rift Valley  16 
 Chemelil Academy   9.55  Kisumu  Nyanza  17 
 Kisima Mixed Secondary    9.5  Nyandarua  Central 18 
 Maseno School   9.5   Kisumu Nyanza  19 
 Baricho Boys    9.48   Kirinyaga Central 20 
 Starehe Boys Centre     9.43  Nairobi Nairobi 21 
 Kagumo High   9.41  Nyeri   Central 22 
 Nairobi School   9.41  Nairobi  Nairobi  23 
 Moi Tea Girls    9.3  Kericho Rift Valley  24 
 Riokindo Boys High   9.3  Kisii  Nyanza  25 
 Kiage Tumaini Boys High    9.3  Kisii Nyanza  26 
 Lugulu Girls High   9.3  Bungoma  Western  27 
 Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls High   9.23  Nyeri  Central  28 
 St Joseph’s Chepterit Girls    9.2  Nandi  Rift Valley  29
 Agoro Sare High    9.2 Homa Bay County  Nyanza  30 
 Orero Boys High   9.2  Homa Bay  Nyanza  31 
 Sheikh Khalifa    9.1 Mombasa County   Coast 32 
 Kisii School   9.1   Kisii Nyanza  33
 Kanga High   9.05  Migori  Nyanza  34 
 Meru School   9.03  Meru   Eastern 35 
 Lenana School   8.92   Nairobi Nairobi  36 
 Kapsabet Girls High    8.92 Nandi  Rift Valley  37 
 Mary Mother High    8.9  Laikipia Rift Valley  38 
 Kipsigis Girls High   8.9  Kericho  Rift Valley  39 
 Kabianga High School   8.9   Kericho  Rift Valley  40
 Mbita High School   8.9  Homa Bay  Nyanza  41 
 Butere Girls High   8.9 Kakamega   Western  42 
 Njiiri School    8.87  Murang’a Central   43
 Meteitei Secondary School   8.82  Nandi County   Rift Valley  44
 Bunyore Girls High School    8.81 Vihiga  Western  45 
 Nakuru Boys High   8.8  Nakuru  Rift Valley  46 
 Litein High    8.8  Kericho  Rift Valley  47 
 Kebirigo Boys   8.8  Nyamira   Nyanza 48 
 St. Mary’s Igoji   8.8  Meru  Eastern  49 
 Chogoria Girls High   8.8  Tharaka Nithi  Eastern  50 
 Makueni Boys High   8.75  Makueni  Eastern  51 
 Mbooni Girls High    8.74 Makueni  Eastern  52 
 St. Anthony Boys Kitale   8.73  TransNzoia  Rift Valley  53 
 Light Academy-Mombasa   8.72  Mombasa  Coast  54 
 Moi Naikarra    8.7  Narok Rift Valley  55 
 Nyambaria Boys   8.7  Nyamira  Nyanza   56
 Oriwo Boys    8.7  Homa Bay   Nyanza 57 
 Segero Adventist Academy    8.7  Uasin Gishu  Rift Valley 58 
 St. Patrick’s Iten    8.69 Elgey Marakwet  Rift Valley  59 
 Baringo High    8.65  Baringo County  Rift Valley  60
 Nanyuki High   8.63  Laikipia  Rift Valley   61
 Machakos School   8.62  Machakos  Eastern  62 
Moi Girls Nairobi    8.6  Nairobi  Nairobi  63 
 St. Joseph’s Kitale   8.6  TransNzoia  Rift Valley   64
 St. Mary’s Kibabii   8.57  Bungoma  Western  65 
 Chavakali High School    8.56  Vihiga  Western 66 
 Mahiga Girls    8.55 Nyeri  Central  67 
 Anin Girls   8.5  Elgeyo Marakwet    Rift Valley 68 
 Ulanda Girls    8.5 Migori Nyanza  69 
 Carmel Girls   8.5  Machakos  Eastern  70 
 Nkubu High    8.5 Meru  Eastern  71 
 Moi High School Mbiruri   8.5  Embu  Eastern 72 
 Kakamega High    8.48  Kakamega Western  73 
 Kisau Girls    8.42 Makueni  Eastern  74 
 Ogande Girls High   8.4  Homa Bay  Nyanza  75 
 Kaaga Girls    8.4 Meru  Eastern  76 
 St Francis Rang’ala    8.38 Siaya  Nyanza  77 
 Edinburg School   8.38   Murang’a  Central 78 
 Nyangwa Boys    8.34   Embu  Eastern 79 
 Kahuhia Girls    8.33  Murang’a  Central  80
 Kyeni Girls   8.32  Embu  Eastern  81 
 Sacho High    8.3 Baringo  Rift Valley   82
 Moi Siongoroi High   8.3  Bomet   Rift Valley  83
 Metkei Girls   8.3  Elgeyo Marakwet  Rift Valley   84
 St. Francis Girls    8.29 Kiambu  Central  85 
 Pioneer School   8.25   Murang’a Central  86
 Tengecha Girls High    8.2 Kericho   Rift Valley  87
 Karima Girls High   8.2  Nyandarua  Central  88 
 Kabarnet Boys High    8.2 Baringo   Rift Valley 89 
 Chepkumia Secondary   8.2  Nandi   Rift Valley 90
 Memon Academy    8.2 Mombasa  Coast  91 
 Nyamira Girls High   8.2  Siaya  Nyanza  92 
 Sironga Girls High   8.2   Nyamira Nyanza  93 
 St. Joseph’s Rapogi Boys High    8.2  Migori  Nyanza  94
 Ikuu Boys High   8.2  Tharaka Nithi  Eastern  95 
 Tenwek High   8.19  Bomet   Rift Valley  96
 Butula Boys    8.15  Busia  Western 97 
 Booker Academy    8.14 Kakamega  Western  98 
 Nyeri High    8.13 Nyeri  Central  99 
 AIC Litein Girls   8.1  Kericho  Rift Valley  100

KCSE 2021/ 2022 Facts and Statistics

In 2021 KCSE, a total of 752, 602 KCSE candidates were registered for the national examinations conducted between March 14 and April 1, 2022.

The 2021 KCSE candidature rose by 78, 000 which translates to 10.42 percent.

A total of 242, 406 teachers were hired by KNEC as contracted professionals to help in the effective management of the 2021-2022 KCSE national exams this year.

The 2022 KNEC contracted professionals encompass invigilators, supervisors, security officers, deputy center managers, and center managers.

 

 

 

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