Meet KCPE 2021 Top Candidates in Uasin Gishu (PHOTOS)


Joyline Jepkemboi of Queen of Angeles Resource Center in Eldoret is the top candidate in Uasin Gishu.

Jepkemboi scored 423 marks, out of the possible 500.

She attributed her success to hard work and discipline.

Uasin Gishu Top student Joyline Jepkemboi of the Queen of Angeles Resource Center celebrates her performance with parents and teachers.

A top candidate from Little Lambs scored 421 marks, to be ranked second in Uasin Gishu.

And for another year, Hill School in Eldoret town registered impressive results in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination.

The public school with 276 candidates had a record 53 candidates who scored 400 marks and above.

A top candidate at the school Mwanzo Benedict Wanyoyi had 417 marks. Wanyonyi is also the third top candidate in Uasin Gishu County, jointly with Alicia Ayako of Testimony School Eldoret.

I thank God for the great performance. I thank teachers too. I did not expect to score this high, although I had a target of at least 400 marks,” said Wanyonyi.

Mwanzo Benedict Wanyoyi with Hill School Head Teacher Hesbon Ngaira.

My desire is to join Mang’u High School and later be an engineer,” he added.

Hill School had a mean grade of 370 marks, an impressive 9-point improvement.

The result is because of a good working relationship among teachers, management and the board which has always supported us in anything they know will improve our performance,” said Hill Schoo Head Teacher Hesbon Ngaira.

This is a landmark result that we are happy and thank God for. It has been an upward improvement all along,” added Sammy Bor, the school’s board of management chairman.

At Testimony School, 8 candidates had over 400 marks, led by the third top candidate in the County Alicia Ayako currently in Nairobi.

Cecilia Kemunto was second with 413 marks.

Students and teachers join 14-year-old Cecilia Kemunto of the Testimony school In Eldoret to celebrate her performance

My efforts with the support of teachers and parents helped me. I want to join Kenya High School, and hopefully be a doctor,” Kemunto said.

St Jude Academy in Beliomo village, Illula also had good results, registering a mean grade of 387 marks with 29 candidates.

The top student at the school Caren Jepchirchir scored 411 marks, followed by Lenny Kiptum who had 407 marks.

Carren Jepchirchir (c) is lifted shoulder high by her parents Phillip Maina and mother Hellen Kosgei as well as her teachers and the villagers of St Jude Academy.

Jepchirchir who hopes to Join Kenya high for her secondary education comes from a humble background in a tiny Beliomo Village in Ainabkoi Sub County.

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