How Top Makueni Schools Performed in KCPE 2023

The 2023 KCPE Results were released on Thursday 23rd November 2023. We take a look at how some of the top schools in Makueni County performed during the examinations.

Makueni Mixed Day and Boarding Primary School has a mean score of 385.4 and 55 candidates. 12 Scored 400 and above, 39 between 350-399, and 4 between 300 and 349.

Miangeni International Schools had a mean score of 383.7 a drop from the mean of 398 recorded last year.

ACK Wote Township had a mean score of 383.1 and 242 candidates. 38 candidates had over 400, 189 between 350 and 399, 14 between 300 and 349, and 1 below 300.

Emmanuel Springs Wote had a mean score of 381.26 and 112 candidates. The best candidates scored 418 marks and 28 others scored over 400. 65 Scored between 350 to 399, 15 between 300-349, and 2 Below 300.

Malivani AIC Boarding had over 9 students scoring over 400 marks with the top being Kikomo Valery with 417, Moses Muuo with 415, Wandera Blessings with 413, Grace Ndanu with 411, Hillary Mwendwa and Murithi Erastus with 409, Kilelo Shadrack 404, Aren Wisdom and Emmanuel Muthama 401.

Little-known Kivai Primary had a mean score of 339 with top student Kalekye Mwendwa having 357 marks and the last 302 marks. The school had only 9 candidates.

Our reporters are currently crisis-crossing the county and we will update you as we receive more results in our Newsroom. Missed how Schools in Machakos performed? check it out below;

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