NGOTO BOYS HIGH SCHOOL KCSE RESULTS, KNEC CODE, CONTACTS, NOTABLE ALUMNI, LOCATION, PAY BILL, FEES, ACCOUNT NUMBER, UNIFORM & ADMISSIONS
Top (Best Performing ) Schools In Kenya per County and Region: Ngoto Boys High details, Makueni County, Eastern region of Kenya
Ngoto Boys is a government-owned institution that offers quality secondary level education to Kenyan learners at a subsidized hence affordable fee.
Since its establishment, the school has undergone several changes in the right direction in as much as academic and extracurricular performance is concerned.
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KCSE Results: Quality grades, mean score, grade count summary, and ranking
In KCSE 2023, Ngoto Boys was ranked position 8 among the top 20 secondary schools in Makueni County after posting an impressive mean of 5.8 C. In KCSE 2019 Knec results, Ngoto Boys had a mean of 7.25 C+.
This is how the school ranks during KCSE exams
Best/ Top Secondary Schools in Makueni County: Position in Makueni County, Name, KCSE mean score
- Precious Blood Kilungu 9.00
- Mbooni Girls 8.00
- Kitondo Sec 7.78
- Makueni Girls Sec 7.78
- Mukaa Boys High 7.78
- Kaumoni Boys 7.40
- Clay International Sec 7.31
- Kisau Girls 7.25
- Ngoto Boys High 7.25
- Ukia Girls Sec 7.25
The school is located near Sultan Hamud Town in Mbitini area, Makueni County, Eastern Region of Kenya.
Postal Address 78 makueni
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.
The school has a wide alumni network with over 637 old boys. To view some of the school’s alumni, click on the following link to access the Ngoto Boys High School Alumni official Facebook Page
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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 uniform 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.
The school provides basic medical care for all students. Serious cases are referred to as the nearest Level 4 or five hospital or other medical facilities recommended by the school for NHIF services.
Code of conduct
Every student is expected to strictly adhere to the set school rules and regulations. A copy of the school rules shall be provided during admission.
Besides, students are expected to uphold the following values: hard work, discipline, courtesy, diligence, perseverance, determination, and foresight at all times.
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
The school diet majorly comprises Ugali, maize, beans, sukuma wiki, cabbages, Githeri, Meat, Eggs, Rice, Tea, Bread, and fruits.
Note: No special meals are provided.