Over one million KCPE candidates can now discover the secondary schools they are assigned to join in January 2024. The Education Cabinet Secretary, Ezekiel Machogu, announced during the 2024 Form One placement ceremony at Lenana School that the placements were determined based on candidate preferences and various criteria. Notably, some students have been allocated to schools of comparable status outside their home counties, particularly for those residing in counties with insufficient capacity.
Here’s the link to check form one placement results
This placement process allows candidates the flexibility to transition to secondary schools either within or outside their counties. Machogu emphasized the government’s dedication to ensuring a smooth transition to secondary education, affirming that the fees for both day and boarding schools will remain unaltered.
Machogu reassured that the government is steadfast in providing free day secondary education, encompassing allocations for tuition and operational expenses. The fees charged in secondary schools are set to remain constant in 2024, with schools continuing to receive funds based on accurate enrollment data.
To access their placement results, candidates are encouraged to download placement letters directly from the Ministry of Education website, avoiding intermediaries. The Ministry’s website facilitates the search for Form One placements, redirecting candidates to the Form One selection page, where they can view the placement outcomes. Additionally, candidates can directly retrieve results through the Kenya Education Management Information System (KEMIS).
Furthermore, the CS urged parents and guardians to download forms containing Form One joining instructions directly from the official KEMIS website at http://kemis.education.go.ke/.