Top 10 Nakuru County Secondary Schools, KCSE 2017

Only ten secondary schools in Nakuru County made it to the top 100 schools in KCSE 2017. The following is a list of the top 10 Nakuru County Secondary schools in KCPE 2017.

Privately owned Moi High School, Kabarak belonging to the former President Moi’s family topped in Nakuru County with a mean score of 66 points. Nationwide, Moi High School Kabarak was at number eleven.

At number two in Nakuru County was Sub-County secondary school Elburgon High school. Elburgon High School floored many former giants in Nakuru County and was a surprise among the top secondary schools in Nakuru County.

The mid-level secondary school in Molo County was at number 34 nationally with a mean score of 61.7859.

Nakuru Girls High School at position 40 nationally was position three in Nakuru County with 59.944 points. Its brother school, Nakuru High School at position 42 nationally was number five in the county with 59.705 points.

Another private school, Anester Boys High school taking position 4 and 41 locally and nationally respectively with 59.874 points. An almost similarly named school, Anester Boys High School, Lanet was at number 6 in the county, number 56 countrywide and had a mean score of 57.92 points.

Other Nakuru County Secondary schools that made into the top 100 schools countrywide in 2017 KCSE are; Utumishi Boys Academy at position 62, Bahati Girls at position 70 and Molo Academy at position 73.

Mary Mount at position 75 with 55.79 points was the 10th school from Nakuru County among the top 100 secondary schools in KCSE 2017.

Of the top 10 Nakuru County schools in KCSE 2017, Bahati and Molo Sub-counties had three schools each and while Nakuru East Sub-county had two schools. Rongai and Gilgil Sub-Counties had a school each.

Martin Gichinga
Author: Martin Gichinga

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    Generally education in Njoro sub county is still lagging behind. This is somehow attributed by the leaders we choose.

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