Top Schools In KCSE 2017 Per County

Top Schools In KCSE 2017 Per County – Check Results Online

Education Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i  crowned Pangani High School as the most improved school in 2017 KCSE exams.

Kenya High School garnered a total of 10 As (Plain) and 68 A- (minuses)


Speaking during the release of the 2017 KCSE results at Nairobi School, Matiang’i further announced that Alliance Girls attained the most number of As (Plain).

Kenya High School garnered a total of 10 As (Plain) and 68 A- (minuses)

Kenya High School, which produced three students among the top 15 candidates countrywide, has attributed its success to hard work and trust in God.

Top Schools In KCSE 2017 Per County

  1. Sing’ore Girls ->>Elgeyo Marakwet
  2. Light Academy ->>Mombasa County
  3. Alliance Girls->> Kiambu County
  4. Kenya High ->>Nairobi County
  5. Loreto Girls->>Limuru
  6. Kisima Mixed Sec ->> Nyandarua
  7. Moi Girls High School ->>Eldoret
  8. Kapsabet Boys ->> Nandi County
  9. Alliance High School ->> Kiambu
  10. Pangani Girls ->>Nairobi County

A Pangani Girls High School student has emerged top in the 2017 KCSE exams with a mean score of 87.01.

Karimi Naomi was followed by Sharon Chepchumba of Moi Girls Eldoret who got 86.83.

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KCSE 2017 List of Top 10 students Nationally

  1. Karimi Naomi Kawira, Pangani Girls’ High School – 87.011
  2. Sharon Chepchumba, Moi Girls’ Eldoret – 86.830
  3. Kamau Brian Maina, Alliance High School – 86.757
  4. Odero Donatta, Lenana School – 86.561
  5. Harriet Mueke, Mary Hill Girls’ – 85.956
  6. Brian Ongiri, Kanga High School
  7. Muraya Mongina, Pangani Girls’ High School
  8. Mwatate Emily, Pangani Girls’ High School
  9. Wahome Wanjiku, Moi Girls’ Eldoret
  10. Omondi, Maranda Boys’ School

Only 70,073 candidates have attained university entry mean grade of C+, with 142 candidates getting As. Last year, 88,929 attained university entry grades, while 141 got As.

Matiang’i said there has been a decline in candidates who got A-. Only 2,714 candidates got A-, compared to 4,645 A- in 2016. But he noted that female candidates have performed better.

More on this: KCSE 2017: Only 70,000 attain university mean grade, 142 As recorded

This year, 615,773 candidates sat KCSE exam in 9,350 centers, a five percent increase from last year’s 577,253 candidates.

Of this year’s candidates, 1,404 were special needs students.



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