Nairobi (Boys) High School KCSE 2021-2022 Results and Form One Admission 2022-Nairobi High 2021 KCSE Results Analysis and Ranking by Knec in 2022; Current KCSE (2021) School Mean Score (9.00), Number of As, A- Minus, Grade Summary, Distribution & Rank-Position 30 Nationally
OFFICIAL KCSE Results 2021/2022 for Nairobi High School
The school’s current mean score is 9.022 B (KCSE 2021), a slight drop from the 9.41 KCSE 2020 Mean. It was ranked position 29 nationally. The school presented 526 candidates for the KCSE 2021 exams and 461 attained the minimum entry grade, C+ to universities and colleges under KUCCPS sponsorship in 2022. The KCSE 2021 grade distribution for Nairobi Boys High School is as follows: A(28), A-(113), B+(114), B(77), B-(82), C+(47), C(31), C-(18), D+ (11), D(3). Click HERE to view comprehensive results.
Nairobi High School Posts Stellar Performance during the KCSE 2021-2022 Results, Check out the School’s KCSE 2021 results, Mean score, grade distribution, candidature-enrolment rates, number of As, ranking, mean grade summary, and previous KCSE Results (2020, 2019) on our website at newspro.co.ke
Official 2021-2022 KCSE Mean Score, Rank/Position, Grade Summary, and Distribution for Nairobi High School
School Entry KCSE 2021
Overall National Grade Summary
National Grade Summary
School Entry KCSE 2020
|School Mean||9.022 B plain||.||9.41|
|THE CURRENT KCSE SCHOOL MEAN SCORE; IS 9.022 (KCSE 2021) A DROP FROM 9.41 (KCSE 2020)|
|CURRENT SCHOOL RANK/ POSITION NATIONALLY; POSITIONS 30 (KCSE 2021) AND 19 (KCSE 2020)|
OFFICIAL 2021 KCSE MEAN SCORE AND RANK FOR Nairobi High SCHOOL
Nairobi Boys High School posted an impressive mean of 9.022 B plain during the KCSE 2021 KNEC Results released in May 2022.
Current KCSE Mean Score, Grade Summary, and Distribution for Nairobi Boys High School as of May 2021-2022
School Entry KCSE 2021
Overall National Grade Summary
|CURRENT KCSE SCHOOL MEAN SCORE||9.022 B plain||.|
|CURRENT SCHOOL RANK/ POSITION NATIONALLY||30||.|
OFFICIAL 2020 KCSE MEAN SCORE AND RANK FOR Nairobi High SCHOOL
Nairobi Boys High School posted an impressive mean of 9.41 during the KCSE 2020 KNEC Results released in May 2021.
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2020 KCSE Results; Special Credits for Nairobi Boys High School
Worth noting is that during the KCSE 2020 Results released in May 2021 for the School over 75 % of its KCSE 2020 candidates attained the minimum direct entry grade to the university under full government sponsorship-KUCCPS in 2021.
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KCSE Results in 2021-2022 for the Whole School; Click HERE to access KCSE 2020-2021 Results for the Whole School
Nairobi Boys High School KCSE 2021/2022 Results- A Comprehensive Performance Analysis & Grade Count Summary for Nairobi Boys High School, one of the KCSE 2021 Top Ranking Secondary Schools Nationally and in Nairobi County, Nairobi Region
We have provided a comprehensive analysis of the school’s recent KCSE results on our website. Click on the following link to access Verified KCSE 2021 Results for all KCSE Top performing schools; official KNEC Results Portal.
Get a detailed analysis for Nairobi Boys High School- School’s KCSE 2021 mean grade count summary for the whole school and other KCSE top-performing and best ranking secondary schools across the 47 counties HERE; KCSE 2020-2021 OFFICIAL AND VERIFIED KNEC RESULTS PORTAL
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About Nairobi Boys High School; Full Details
Category; Public, government-sponsored
Admission Policy; 100% transition
Form Admission; Dictated by the Ministry of Education guidelines including KCPE merit, Affirmative Action, and Regional Balance
Nairobi Boys High School 2022 Form One Selection; Admission Letters and List
Admissions: form one selection, application, enrolment rate, criteria, and requirements, admission letters, and placement list
The school admits at least 300 students per year. This cohort is usually selected by the Ministry of Education to ensure fairness and equal opportunity for all students in Kenya. The selection of students to the school is evenly distributed across all the 47 counties in Kenya.
The main selection criterion when it comes to Form one selection and placement is the students’ previous performance in KCPE results.
Interested applicants should however tender their interest when selecting their preferred secondary schools at the primary level long before the KCPE results get released.
Worth noting is the fact that picking the school as your first choice is not a direct ticket to the institution. Any student who wishes to join the school must attain the pass mark set by the Ministry of Education.
Form one admission: form one selection: criteria, list, and letters (Calling/placement Letters)
Unlike in the past when some parents and school heads could influence the form one selection list, this year’s selection is done by the MOE and it is purely based on the student’s KCPE marks.
Click HERE to access form one school selection system for national schools.
Have you been selected to join this school? Congratulations on making it this far. For a full list of all students who have been selected to join the institution at form one level, you can visit the school’s portal online or the institution.
To access your form one school placement letter, click HERE.
Upon admission, you are expected to carry the following:
- Admission letter
- Primary school Leaving certificate or a letter of identification from the student’s former school
- A copy of your birth certificate
- Two recent passport-size photographs (NOT PHOTOSHOPPED) duly signed and stamped at the back by either your former school head or clergyman.
On the official reporting date, parents are advised to strictly adhere to the stipulated timelines for admission.
Fee structure, Account number, and Branch
Upon admission, students are expected to pay school fees as per the stipulated timeline. The fees should be deposited in the school’s account number provided in the student’s admission letter.
When depositing fees, the student should indicate the name, form, and admission number correctly to avoid confusion.
Other charges include school ID-Kshs 200.
The above fee is exclusive of school uniforms and other personal effects.
The commission shall be levied on crossed money orders or upcountry cheques.
Sponsored students should produce a letter of commitment from their sponsors.
Personal cheques shall not be accepted.
Payment in cash will not be accepted.
The fee structure for the whole year is usually attached to the student’s admission letter.
Students can buy school uniforms during the official reporting date in school or from any other uniform centers and outlets that stock them.
To be updated soon.
Curriculum and subjects offered
The school offers a broad 8-4-4 curriculum to accommodate the wide range of learners’ needs.
The subjects offered include Maths, English, Kiswahili, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, History, Geography, CRE, Agriculture, Business Studies, Physical Education among others.