A total 142 students managed to score a mean grade of A in just released 2017 KCSE Results by CS Fred Matiangi. This was just one grade above 2016’s 141. There was half the decline in the number of A-minuses compared to last years’ 4,645. Nairobi county’s Pangani Girls High School produced this years’ top candidate as Moi Girls Eldoret and Alliance High school produced the second and third respectively.
Below is a list of top 10 candidates in the just-released 2017 KCSE results.
|Candidate Name||School||Mean Grade|
|Karimi Naomi Kawira||Pangani Girls’ High School||87.011|
|Sharon Chepchumba||Moi Girls’ Eldoret||86.830|
|Kamau Brian Maina||Alliance High School||86.757|
|Odero Donatta||Lenana School||86.561|
|Harriet Mueke||Mary Hill Girls’||85.956|
|Brian Ongiri||Kanga High School|
|Muraya Mongina||Pangani Girls’ High School|
|Mwatate Emily||Pangani Girls’ High School|
|Wahome Wanjiku||Moi Girls’ Eldoret|
|Omondi||Maranda Boys’ School|
we will update a full top 100 list once we receive it.
Out of the 615,773 candidates who sat the 2017 KCSE exam in 9,350 centers, with only 70,073 candidates attaining the university entry mean grade of C+.