Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu Friday (20th Jan) released the 2022 KCSE results. Here’s how Caring hearts and Misyani Girls performed.
Caring Hearts High School In Matungulu is going to take 40 students out of 50 to university. The school got a mean score of 7.76 in 2022 KCSE.
2 of their students got A-,5 B+,8 B,14 B‐,11 C+,6 C,3 C‐ and One student got D+.
Speaking to Mauvoo News Maureen Nthambi who had scored an A- could not hide her joy saying that the environment that the school set enabled her to get the marks.
“Am very elated because I have passed and my encouragement is to the other students to study hard in their exams and always put God first,” Maureen said.
Dr. Vincent Muli Kituku, Director of the school was not left behind in celebrating with the students. He noted that despite the children coming from poor backgrounds, they beat all odds and proved that they can excel in their studies.
“I want to appreciate our teachers. Our class of 2022 has really flown higher, I always tell people if you want to see the future of a nation look at the eyes of the young generation and in Caring Hearts High School there is the future of Kenya,” said Dr. Kituku.
St. Francis Misyani Girls in Kangundo Subcounty had a mean score of 7.48. One candidate had A and 2 got an A‐. 9 got B+, 16 B, 40 B-,36 C+, 30 C, and 7 C-. 104 out of 141 students will be joining the university.