Friday, March 1, 2013

Boys dominate KCSE exam ranking

Moi High School Kabarak teachers broke into song and dance after the KCSE exam results were announced. The school emerged the best in the 2012 ranking. SULEIMAN MBATIAH

Moi High School Kabarak teachers broke into song and dance after the KCSE exam results were announced. The school emerged the best in the 2012 ranking. SULEIMAN MBATIAH 

By NATION Reporter

Boys have dominated top positions in the Kenya Certificate Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results released Friday.

The top five candidates countrywide were boys.

Tony Edgar of Maseno School was the best candidate in the exam released by Education minister Mutula Kilonzo at Mitihani House, Nairobi.

He was followed by Oliver Kiaye (Maranda School) and Victor Bolola (Alliance High School).

The top five schools were: Moi High School, Kabarak, Alliance High School, Mary Mother of Grace High School, Strathmore School and Kenya High School.

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