Kakamega School KCSE Results

Kakamega School formerly known as Government African School Kakamega is a public national secondary school located in the Western part of Kenya, Kakamega County. The school was founded in 1932 but never gained national status until 2012 when the then minister of education promoted over to 90 schools.

Being a national school the school has the chance of selecting the top performing pupils from different parts of the country. Their current status was not only awarded to them due to the years they have operated but their performance in the national examination played a crucial role in their promotion.

In this article, we highlight their recent performance in the recent years. We also look at the history of the school for a better understanding.

Kakamega School KCSE Results

Kakamega School KCSE Results
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KCSE Results 2023/24

GradeEntry
A3
A-46
B+78
B83
B-113
C+84
C73
C-42
D+18
D15
D-1
E1
X0
Y0
U0
P0
W0

The 2023 years were not that smooth for Kakamega School and things didn’t pan out as they had expected. The school recorded a significant drop in points compared to the previous two years. The boys from the Western region recorded a mean grade of 7.761 and a pass rate of 73.07% this was after 407 of the 557 candidates made it to the University.

Despite sending that significant amount of candidates to the university the school also added one of their own to the list of the forty-eight thousand who scored an E in this year’s KCSE.

KCSE Results 2022/23

GradeEntry
A6
A-39
B+101
B110
B-90
C+48
C20
C-42
D+5
D1
D-0
E0
X0
Y0
U0
P0
W0

 

As illustrated above, 2022 was one of their best academic years earning a mean grade of 8.228 and recording a pass rate of 84.87% sending 415 students out of the 489 entries they had that year. This was a great improvement compared to what they had recorded in 2021, a 79.08% pass rate and a mean score of 8.230

KCSE Results 2021/22

Grade
Entry
A8
A-50
B+97
B78
B-73
C+70
C51
C-47
D+3
D1
D-1
E0
X