1 Mar 2012

KCSE 2012 Results: Maranda High School (Siaya) edged out Alliance

Maranda High School from Nyanza edged out Alliance High School to emerge top in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exam results. The school in Siaya County just recently elevated to national status posted a mean score of 11.2871 up from 10.5578 in 2010. Alliance High School came second with a mean score of 11.1455, up from 11.2570 that saw it top in 2010. Alliance Girls High School, Moi High School, Kabarak, and Strathmore School came third, fourth and fifth. Starehe Boys Centre and Mangu High scooped seventh and eighth positions, nationally. 

The best student nationally, Master Nalianya K Job, however, came from St Peter’s Seminary, in western Kenya. Masters Gikonyo Victor Gitau and Odhiambo Emmanuel Hans of Alliance Boys High School followed in position two and three.

Only three girls made it to the top ten nationally, with Lonyangapuo E Chenang’at of Alliance Girls High emerging the best.

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