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List of KCPE 2019 best performing schools

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KCPE Best Performing Schools: The KCPE 2019 exams have been released. A total of 1,083,456 candidates sat the exams in 26,284 centres countrywide. There were 543,582 boys and 539,874 girls. This was a slight increase over last year’s 1.052,344 candidates consisting of 527,294 males and 525,070 females.

This year’s top candidate was who scored 440 marks out of the possible 500. 9,770 candidates scored 400 marks and above. Andy Michael Munyiri was the top candidate. Three candidates tied in the second position with 439 marks. Two of these were girls from public schools. Maeri Alex Curtis from Cape View Academy in Homa Bay County, and Daniel Mosomi Obaara from Elimu Academy in Kisii County. Both scored 432 marks. Achieng’ Natalie Ochieng’ and Ocholla Hillary Williams from Cape View Academy got 430.

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The following are the top candidates and their schools:

1). Andy Michael Munyiri of Damacrest Academy, Thogoto.

2). Flavian Onyango of Sing’aro Girls.

3). June Cheptoo Koech of Sing’aro Girls.

4). Sean Michael Ndung’u of Kitengela International, Kajiado County.

5). Mukanzi Fabiola Mukabane of Booker Academy

6). Githeng’ere Ayven Kimuhu of Magadi Soda School

7). Delcy Chelang’at of Makini School.

8). Simon Onyango with 429 marks from Golden Elites Premier Academy

9). Anthony Ochieng from Xaverian Primary School, who scored 426 marks

10). Mercy Oroo who managed 424 marks.

11). Vincent Owe from Homa Bay Children’s Academy

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The KCPE Best Performing Schools are as follows:

Public Schools:

1). Chakol Girls

2). Sangalo Central Academy

3). Kenya Navy School

4). Kathigiri B.

5). Gendia Primary School in Rachuonyo North

6). Homa Bay Primary School

7). Nyakoe Highway Primary School

Best performing private schools include:

1). High Peak School

2). Consolata School

3). Lizar Junior School

4). Emmanuel Academy

5). Green Cottage Academy

6). Riara Springs Academy

7). Ancilla Catholic Academy

8). Elsa Preparatory.

9). Moi Nyeri Complex

10). Mary Immaculate

11). Line Member Junior Academy

12). Fesbeth Academy

13). Hill School

14). Lily Academy

15). Lakewood School

16). Josu Academy

17). White Star Academy.

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