History as Mitaboni school first-ever candidate gets over 400 marks

A past photo of candidates sitting their KCPE Exams. (Photo credit - Courtesy)

There were pomp and color at Kyaani primary school, Mitaboni ward as Teachers, Pupils and Parents celebrated the Kenya certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results.

For the first time, the school managed to produce a candidate with over 400 marks something that couldn’t go unnoticed.

The first candidate got 412 marks while the second had 381 and the third got 361 and the school registered a mean grade of 260.

According to the school headteacher Mrs. Annastacia Muia, the great improvement came because of the commitment of candidates and cooperation between Teachers, Parents, and pupils.

She said that this was an indication the school was purposed for greatness in the coming years.

“I’m very happy we managed to register string results. I’m sure from now on we will be among the top public schools in the region since we are aiming higher,” said Muia.

She said that last year the best student managed to score 352 marks and the school had a mean grade of 232.

Other schools that had performed well in the sub-county include Machakos Primary, Early bird days and boarding in Kathome among others.

2019 KCPE results of 1,088,986  candidates were released in November 2019 by Education CS Prof. George Magoha.

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