Utumishi Boys Academy KCSE Results
Utumishi Boys Academy is a public national secondary school located in Gilgil, Nakuru County. The school is an all-boys school and is ranked as one of the best-performing schools in Nakuru county and ranks in the top 200 best schools nationally.
The school was established to mainly serve the children of Kenyan police officers hence earning the title “Utumishi” which means service same as the police serve motto “Utumishi Kwa Wote.”
Being one of the best-performing schools, we will highlight some of their recent performances in recent years.
Utumishi Boys Academy KCSE Results.
KCSE Results 2022/23
In 2022 the school had a good run in the national exams posting impressive grades. The school was able to get 78% of its students to the University via government sponsorship KUUCP as they attained the set grade of C+ and above.
The school also managed to secure 2 clean As and 21 A-, however, the school also had 9 Ws which meant nine of their candidates had their results withheld awaiting investigation of exam malpractice. Below is the full analysis of the 2022 KCSE Results.
Grade No of Candidates
Total Candidates= 311
In 2021, the school also posted impressive performance earning a mean grade of 8.23 which represents a B-. This was a bit of a deviation from what they had achieved in the previous year.
Despite the slight deviation the school still managed to rank in the top 100 best schools, ranking 72 ahead of Starehe Girls Centre which also had the same mean score. However, their grade distribution for that year is still unclear and will be updated later.
In 2020 the school posted another impressive performance earning a mean grade of 8.5 placing them 72 country-wide. The school also managed to get an A and numerous A- with a pass rate of over 80%, of the 298 candidates they had only 26 failed to secure the set University grades. Below is the full analysis for that year.
Grade No of Candidates
Total Candidates= 298
Utumishi Boys Academy History.
Utumish Boys Academy was founded in 1993, however, the idea of its establishment began in the 1960s to give education to the children of the men who serve the country in the police force. Despite the idea being brought forward, the implementation of it began three decades later.
In 1991, the then Commissioner of police, the late Philip Kilonzo started the implementation of the school by forming a steering committee that was going to oversee the project. In December 1992, the school deployed its first principal, Mr Willi M. Mugoh, his appointment was followed by the hiring of 12 teachers.
On the 26th of January 1993, the school admitted its first 80 students both boys and girls, since the school was still under construction the students were accommodated in the Primary school section as they await the completion of the school.
The school ended up extending their stay at the primary section until January 1995 when the population exceeded what the primary school could offer.
Following the large number of students, the secondary school students left the primary school section and settled in their incomplete section. By 1998, the school was complete and since then the school has undergone a massive transition in terms of infrastructure as well as academic performance.