The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2019 Results were released by the Minister of Education Prof. George Magoha at the Kenya National Examinations Council headquarters in Nairobi on Wednesday 18 December.
During his speech, Magoha acknowledged improvement in this year’s KCSE results.
627 candidates scored A plain up from 315 in last years KCSE. 5796 candidates scored A- and in general, those who scored above C+ were 125,746.
The top student is Buluma Tony with 87.159 points from Kapsabet Boys High School.
Those who sat for the exams can get their results by sending index number followed by KCSE through 20076.
Here are the top 10 schools in this year’s KCSE in terms of the number of A plain: