List of Top 10 KCPE 2021/2022 Students in Kenya.

Top 10 KCPE 2021/2022 students, the 2021-2022 KCPE results are already out, as the education CS Prof.George Magoha had promised earlier. The best candidate carried the day with 428 marks.

The official results were released at Mtihani House, Nairobi on Monday 28th March 2022.  While delivering the result, the CS was pleased with gender equality where boys performed a little bit higher than girls with boys collecting 50.28% while girls secured 49.72%.

The CS went ahead to congratulate pupils for Improving in several subjects including, English and Composition, Kiswahili and Insha, Kenya sign language composition, and Science, compared to the 2020 exams. However,  he also noted that Mathematics and religious studies recorded a drop compared to the 2020 exam.

On top of that, the CS celebrated two pupils with special needs, one of them being Bethany Migosi of Thorngrove Academy who managed to secure 417 marks.

Top 10 KCPE 2021/2022 Students
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Here is a list of Top 10 KCPE Students

  1. Magata Bruce Mckenzie –  Gilgil Hills Academy – 428 marks
  2. Momanyi Ashley Kerubo – Makini School – 427 marks
  3. Kuoma Charity Buyanzi -Holy Family Misikhu Girls Primary School- 426 marks
  4. Mbugua Sharon Wairimu – Emmanuel Springs – 426 marks
  5. Muteti Shantel Ndinda – Kitengela International School – 426 marks
  6. Stanley Otieno Omondi – Rofin Field Junior School – 426 marks
  7. Wekesa Naomi – Whitestar Academy – 426 marks
  8. Kimani Ethan Karuga – Stepping Stones Preparatory – 426 marks
  9. Njeru Joel Musyoka – Nyagwa Primary – 425 marks
  10. Muriuki Victor – PCEA Mwimbi Boarding Primary school-  425 marks
  11. Diana Rose Natola – Fesbeth Kakamega – 425 marks
  12. Kaderia Emmanuel Munene – New Bambini – 425 marks
  13. Emmanuel Kiplagat Ngetich – Moi Kabarak – 425 marks
  14. George Morris Otieno – Hill School – 425 marks

Prof. Magoha and Nancy Macharia Sentiments

While ending his speech Magoha emphasized on exam cheating, stating that his team worked so hard to make sure the exams were free and fair. He went on to refute the cheating allegation as was speculated earlier.

Speaking of exam malpractices, Magoha reaffirmed that those cases would be dealt with in the upcoming weeks. In addition, the Teachers Service Commission (CEO), Nancy Macharia seconded Magoha’s comments, stating that

“Teachers involved in KCPE examinations conducted themselves with utmost professionalism.”

She went ahead and added “We shall take firm action against teachers involved in exam irregularities,”