Moi Girls High School Eldoret KCSE Results

Moi Girls High School Eldoret is an all-girls public national school located in the Great Rift, Eldoret along Kapsoya Road. The school is among the 18 schools classified in cluster three national schools which means they have been national schools for more than 30 years.

Moi Girls Eldoret is also among the schools that were named after the former President, the late Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi who served as the second President of Kenya. For years it has been one of the most competitive schools in Kenya ranking in the top 100 of the best performing.

In this article, we highlight their recent Performance, background, and admission.

Moi Girls High School Eldoret KCSE Results

Moi Girls High School Eldoret KCSE Results

The school has been posting stellar performance year after year increasing the mean score the best being in 2022 where they earned a mean score of 10.06 and went on to record a pass rate of 99.74% with only one student missing the University grade.

However, despite a good mean score in 2022, the school dropped in national ranking falling from top 10 to 20th position nationally. In 2021 they were ranked 8th with a mean score of 9.52 hitting the top five ranking in Uasin Gishu county.

In 2020 the school also did a recommendable job ranking 12th nationally and first in Uasin Gishu with a mean score of 9.68 a better mean score compared to the 2021 performance.

Below is the full analysis of the 2022 KCSE Results

KCSE Results 2022

Grade             No. of Candidates 

A                     21

A-                   129

B+                  142

B                    60

B-                  27

C+                 10

C                   1

C-                 0

D+                0

D                   0

D-                  0

E                     0

X                     0

Y                     0

Total Candidates= 330

 University Entry= 330

Moi Girls High School Eldoret History

Moi Girls High School Eldoret was established in 1928 during the colonial era to serve the children of the British Settlers. The school was founded as a primary school and was named The European Primary School. At the time the school had already established The European School Nairobi which was later named Kenya High.

After a while, the school was renamed from The European Primary School to Highland Primary School. In the 1930’s the school relocated across the Sosiani river becoming the now Hill School.

With the need to give the child girl education, the white settlers decided to establish a girl’s high school. In 1954 the school officially opened its doors with a new name, New Girls’ High School serving as an extension of The European Girls School now Kenya High.

The school was later renamed The Highlands School before being named Moi Girls Eldoret after former president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi took the helm as the second president of Kenya.