10 out of the 18 candidates at the school recorded between 350 and 386 marks.
The other 8 candidates scored between 302 and 346 marks.
Speaking after receiving the news of the performance, Director James Yegon commended the teachers,pupils and donors.
He was however quick to note that they expected more than that but COVID-19 messed up everything.
“We have tried,though not as we expected as COVID-19 had effect on us.We thank our teachers,pupils a d donors and look forward to even better results this year” said Yegon.
While releasing the results on Thursday, Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha was categorical that there will be 100 percent transition to secondary schools.