Murang’a High school’s Simiyu Robinson Wanjala has emerged as the top 2020, Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidate in the just released results, after scoring a mean of 87.334 points. Announcing the 2020 KCSE results, Education Cabinet Secretary, Prof. George Magoha said the 2020 candidates have performed better than the 2019 candidates. The second top candidate in the country is Wesonga Alan Udoma from Agoro sare high school with a mean of 87.173, followed by Sharon Chepng’eno Cherer, Muriasi Ong’are, Esther Mbugua, Kipkoech Mark Kogo, Kenneth Oranga, Henry Madaga, Chepkorir Patience, Musomba Edith Kithei, Lesley Loise Wanjiku, Pile Ron George, Kiprono Howard, Jelimo Debra and Buluma Daizy Nerima.

On most improved students, cs Magoha lauded Cheruiyot Dennis who scored 190 in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams after he scored a B- in the final secondary school exams. Other students who recorded improved results include Maluti Tom who had scored 199 in the KCPE exams but attained a B- grade in form four national exams. He sat for his final secondary school exams at St. Teresa Bikeke Girls Secondary School, a sub-county level institution in Kitale. Kiptis Charity, who had scored 151 in her KCPE exams, attained a C+ grade in the just concluded KCSE exam. Sadera Senteiyo Shalvin from Oldekesi Secondary School in Narok had attained 168 in KCPE but got a B- in his KCSE exams.


Kaaga Girls High School in Meru County has posted impressive results in the Kenya Certificate Secondary Education (KSCE) 2020 examination topping the most improved school. According to Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha, who announced the most improved schools, the schools admitted candidates with lower KCPE means scores but did a commendable job at improving their overall mean performance to inspiring levels. The schools include extra county, county and sub-county schools in the country. Kaaga Girls High School improved the KCSE index from 22.38% to 73.98% this year, St Joseph Girls Kitale came in second and improved from 21.22 to 71.57%. Kisasi Secondary School in Kitui county improved from 20.48 to 68.2%, Oriwo Boys which is also an extra county school improved from 31.07 to 78.92%.