Muluma Tony Wabuko of Kapsabet boys high school is top student KCSE 2019 examination. He registered an exemplary performance index of 87.159. Muluma was closely followed by Barasa Miriam Njeri from Kenya High who registered a performance index of 87.087.
Education Cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha noted that there was was massive improvement compared to last year’s KCSE performance. Number of A plains increased to 627 from 315 that were attained in previous examination.
Those who scored A minus (A-) also increased tremendously. A total of 5,796 KCSE 2019 candidates scored A- compared to 3418 candidates who scored the same grade in KCSE 2018 examination.
The number of candidates who attained minimum university entry grade of C plus (C+) also increased from 90, 377 (KCSE 2018) to 125,746.
Kinyua Milka Wanjiru from Gatara secondary was the most improved candidate in KCSE 2019. Despite scoring 177 marks in KCPE, she managed to score B minus.
Top ten best schools in terms of grade A
- Kenya High school 76 As
- Kapsabet Boys High School 49 As
- Alliance Boys High School 48 As
- Moi High School Kabarak 30 As
- Alliance Girls 27 As
- Marry Hill Girls 25 As
- Maseno School 23 As
- The Nairobi School 23 As
- Mang’u High School 23 As
- Moi Girls High School, Eldoret 21 As