Kamusinga, Chavakali and Lugulu excel

National public schools continued with their stellar performance in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination.

Friends School Kamusinga emerged among top institutions in the region, posting nine plain As and at least 62 A-. Chavakali High School also posted great results, with eight students, scoring As of between 81 and 84 points.

Kamusinga posted an impressive mean score of 9.1608, a positive deviation of 0.86 from last year’s results. Lugulu and Bunyore girls also realised good grades. Their teachers were still busy compiling the results by press time.

At Kamusinga, Opagala Santias Osiga scored an A of 83 points and tied with Kiprono Caleb. Marlon Nyabuto got s staright A of 82 points, Ekada Abedinego registered A plain of 81 points with Ochieng’ Emmanuel getting a straight A of 81 points.

Others are Alvin Wasike with an A (81 points), Eliud Otieno A (81 points), David Mageto A (81 points) and Ogalla Austine who got similar grade and points to put Kamusinga on the national map.

Emma Ella Katiba from Bunyore Girls managed Grade A-. Victor Abayesi scored an A of 84 points to ensure Chavakali remain on the top. He was followed by Bravin Ombima, John Mokuru and Samson Odhiambo, who scored an A plain of 82 points each.

Others who tied are Davis Mokuru, Ignatius Shisia, Victor Mulinge and Samson Nyangweso, who scored Grade A with 81 points each. At least 24 others managed grade A- of between 77 and 80 points to prove Chavakali’s academic prowess.

The best candidate at Nyang’ori High, Frank Msasia managed A- of 80 points and was followed by Elkanah Chilibasi who got grade an A- of 78 points.

Hildah Anyango from Mudasia Academy in Vihiga managed mean grade A-. At Booker Academy Mumias, Jerome Owino managed grade A- of 78 points, followed by Lovella Konya with A-of 75 points and Maureen Ligono A- of 74 points.

John Wasula from Bungoma High scored A-. The Standard could not immediately establish how other perennial top performers in the region like Kakamega High, Butere Girls and Musingu High performed.

(Report by Eric Lungai, Micah Sali and John Shilitsa)