Pictures of KCPE 2022 top performers

Fwaro Makokha of Christ the King Academy in Bungoma County is the top candidate who scored 431 marks out of the possible 500. [Standard]

Education Cabinet Secretary (CS) Ezekiel Machogu on Wednesday, December 21 released the results of the 2022 KCPE exam.

The top performer scored 431 marks out of the possible 500.

The candidates who scored between 400 and 500 marks were 9,443; 300-399 marks (307,756), 200-299 marks (619,593), 100-199 marks (296,336) and 1-99 marks (724).

There were 2,417 special needs candidates who wrote the 2022 KCPE exam.

Those who scored between 400 and 500 marks under this category were seven, 300-399 marks (296), 200-299 marks (838), 100-199 marks (1,270) and 1-99 marks (six).

A total of 1,233,852 candidates sat the 2022 KCPE exam.

Below are some of the top performers in the 2022 KCPE exam:

Kyalo Precious Waeni of Orchards School in Kajiado County scored 423 marks. [Standard]

Aol Bobby Kennedy of Lakewood Emerald in Kitengela scored 407 marks out of the possible 500 in the 2022 KCPE exam. [Standard]

Sandra Nyambura Gachuri scored 411 marks out of the possible 500 in the 2022 KCPE exam. [Standard]

Ryan Mutwiri of Kathirigi Mixed Public Boarding School in Meru County scored 423 marks. [Standard]

Gilbert Amani Ongoro of Moi Education Centre in Nairobi County scored 423 marks. [Standard]

Keith Nimrod Ochieng' of Golden Elites Primary School in Kisumu County scored 429 marks. [Standard]

Barack Kuya Lumbasi of Kakamega Primary School in Kakamega County scored 420 marks. [Standard]

Leevan Kiptoon Kandie of Radiance Academy in Nakuru scored 409 marks. [Standard]
Nadia Jeptoo Kemboi of Kapsabet Highlands in Nandi County scored 422 marks. [Standard]
Mwaniki Baraka Mumo of Kerugoya Municipality Primary School in Kirinyaga County scored 424 marks. [Standard]
Mwangi Neema Solance of Radiance Academy in Nakuru County scored 416 marks. [Standard]
Muthii Grace Pendo of Kerugoya Municipality Primary School in Kirinyaga County scored 412 marks. [Standard]

Mathew Onyando of Roots Academy in Nakuru County scored 409 marks. [Standard]

Leon Maina of Roots Academy in Nakuru County scored 420 marks. [Standard]

Mwasi Kwamboka Mellen of St. Andrew's Kaggwa Girls Boarding School in Nyamira County scored 415 marks. [Standard]
Carl Baraka of Xaverian Primary School in Kisumu County scored 423 marks. [Standard]