The Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed released the 2018 Form Four national exam results on Friday.
The top-performing student was Juliet Otieno of Pangani Girls after garnering 87.644 points.
Other top candidates in the tests include Brian Njenga of Mang’u High School, Shirleen Moraa of Moi Girls’ Nairobi, Kaluna James of Maseno School and Duncan Kamweru Mwangi of Moi High School Kabarak.
Overall, Pangani Girls, Maseno School and Light Academy dominated the list of top 20 candidates.
The first 20 students in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination are;
- Juliet Otieno – Pangani Girls High School
- Kaluna James – Maseno School
- Edwin Otieno Ouko – Light Academy
- Kamweru Mwangi Duncan Ian – Moi High School, Kabarak
- Humphrey Rasugu- Maseno School
- Mel Christine – Alliance Girls High School
- Njenga Brian Ndung’u – Mang’u High School
- Osogo Munyenye Wesley – Alliance High School
- Nyakea Moraa Shalyn – Moi Girls School Nairobi
- Onyando Roy Allan Ochieng – Maranda High School
- Mathenge Stephanie Kirigo – Moi High school Kabarak
- Njoroge Anthony Maina – Mang’u High School
- Whitney Nicanor Mabwi – Kapsabet Boys High School
- Ayodi Alfred Mugeyi-Moi High Kabarak
- Langat Angela Cherotich – Precious Blood Riruta
- Dushime Ansiet Wa Mungu – Nakuru High School
- Matsotso Madlean Auma – Moi High School Kabarak
- Nyabuto Stephen Obure – Alliance High School
- Ochieng Joshua – Maseno School
- Gitau Mark – Light Academy
Here is a list of the top 100 students in KCPE 2018