The KCSE results 2019 were released today, and Kenya High School has emerged at the top.
Kenya High school excelled with 76 A plain grades, and it was closely followed by Kapsabet Boys high. Alliance High school settled for the third position.
Tony Wabuko Buluma from Kapsabet Boys High School emerged as the top student with an A plain score of 87.159 points
When he sat his KCPE exams in 2015, Buluma was equally excellent, with 433 marks at St Thomas Aquinas in Nakuru.
The 2015 top KCPE student beat him with 16 marks
Although there were no leakages, Prof. Magoha noted that 1309 KCSE students had their result canceled due to various exam irregularities
He also observed that this year’s overall performance was better in comparison to the last three years.
Here are the top 10 Students
- Tony Wabuko Buluma – Kapsabet Boys [87.159]
- Maryanne Njeri Barasa – Kenya High School [87.087]
- David Aboge Odhiambo – Kapsabet Boys [ 87.080]
- Anthony Owuor Ochieng -Maseno School [87.000]
- Natasha Mathuri Wawira – Kenya High School [86.961]
- Ezra Kizito Sikuta – Moi High School Kabarak [ 86.960 ]
- Longali Chepengat – Alliance High School [ 86.924 ]
- Ndathi Hellen Njoki — Kenya High School [86.914]
- Aileen Siele Chelang’at – Moi Forces Academy Lanet [86.900
- Laura Chelang’at Ruto — St. Brigid’s Girls Kiminini [ 86.533
Here are the top ten schools
- Kenya High School: 76
- Kapsabet Boys High School: 49
- Alliance High School: 48
- Moi Kabarak: 30
- Alliance Girls: 27
- Mary Hill girls: 25
- Maseno School: 23
- Nairobi School: 23
- Mangu High School: 23
- Moi Girls School Eldoret: 21