Over 40 students who recently concluded their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations at The Hills School in Eldoret have exhibited exemplary academic prowess, each surpassing the 400-mark threshold.
This noteworthy accomplishment was disclosed in the recently released examination results by the Cabinet Secretary of Education, Ezekiel Machogu. Particularly noteworthy is the performance of three students who achieved an impressive score of 414 marks.
Similarly, at Achievers School in the vicinity, the top-performing student attained an outstanding score of 420 marks, and more than 18 students excelled with scores exceeding 400 marks. Bethwel Kipkorir from Eldoret Achievers achieved a remarkable score of 420 marks, securing 4 A’s and a B+.
Additionally, at Greenvale Academy, the highest-scoring student also achieved a commendable score of 420 marks, and it is worth highlighting that 20 students from the institution garnered scores surpassing the 400-mark threshold.
At Littler Lamps Academy, Mercy Cheboit’s impressive score of 420 marks created a wave of excitement throughout the school community.
Despite these laudable achievements, several schools are currently grappling with challenges related to accessing the examination results from the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) portal.