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Top Nairobi KCPE candidates to study in Kiambu County

By OUMA WANZALA December 14th, 2016 1 min read

Top boys and girls from Nairobi County in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations have been selected to join Alliance High school and Alliance Girls.

Kaboi Kevin Ngatia from Tender Care Junior Academy who scored 436 marks and Curtis Adrian Lumumba from Rockfield Junior School who scored 434 marks will both join Alliance High school.

Ngatia wanted to join Light Academy and become a neurosurgeon.

Dorissa Ashanti from Moi Educational Centre who scored 433 marks will join Alliance Girls High School. She was among the candidates with missing marks when the results were announced on December 1, only to later learn that she was the top girl in Nairobi County.

Ms Ondiek Florence Akoth from Tender Care academy with 430 marks will join Loreto Girls, Limuru.

All the 5,808 candidates who scored 400 marks and above have been placed in national schools of their choice.

A total of 24,795 candidates will join the 103 national schools which includes 63 special needs Education students as compared to last year’s 23,085 and 20,291 in 2014.

The top five candidates of either gender from every sub-county (district) have been placed in national schools on the basis of the choices they made during registration for KCPE where possible.