Here’s how some of the leading schools in Makueni County performed in the 2022 KCSE Examinations results released by CS Ezekiel Machogu Friday.
Mbooni Girls had a mean score of 8.9 with two girls scoring A plain. 30 candidates had an A- while 57 managed B+. 46 had B plain while 33 had B-. The last four students scored C- and the school had a positive deviation of 0.63.
In Kitondo Boys, the top student had A-. 8 students had B+ while 14 students had a B plain, 24 Students got a B minus, 46 C+, 31 students got a C constant, 15 scored C- while the last five students had D+.
Out of the 144 students who sat for the exam 93 will join the university. The school managed a mean mark of 7.04.
Kisau Girls also performed well with a mean of 7.165 where the first ten students scored B+.30 students got a B plain while 61 got a B-. 82 managed a C+ while 49 had a C plain.
25 students got C- and the rest three got D+. 183 students out of the 260 who did the exam will join the university.
Makueni Girls with 247 candidates had a mean of 7.102 in 2022 KCSE an improvement of 6.74 in 2021 KCSE. One student scored A constant, 7 B plus, 32 B constant, 48 B minus, 71 C plus, 67 C constant, 15 C minus, 4 D plus, and 1 D constant.
St. Joseph Girls Kibwezi recorded an improvement of 0.23 to post a mean of 7.48 in KCSE 2022. 9 candidates had A minus, 13 B plus, 38 B constant, 55 B minus, 70 C plus, 56 C constant, 7 C minus, 3 D plus and one D constant.
Mbooni Boys improved to 6.5 mean from 6.113 in 2021. The school had 363 candidates. 5 scored A minus, 13 B plus, 35 B constant, 48 B minus, 65 C plus, 86 C constantt, 60 C minus, 39 D plus, 10 D constant, 1 D minus, and 1 E.