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KCSE 2021 Results: Overall 15 best candidates

Find out how to check KCSE results through SMS

Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha announces KCSE 2021 results on April 23, 2022

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Saturday released the results of the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) national exams.

Speaking at the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) headquarters at Mitihani House, the CS announced the overall top candidates nationwide as:-

  1. Jariel Ndenda Obura of the Mang'u High School (87.167 - A)
  2. Mukuha Timothy Kamau of Alliance High School (87.139 - A)
  3. Job Ngara of the Mang'u High School (87.1 - A)
  4. Chege David Kamau of St Joseph's Boys School Kitale (87.1 - A)
  5. Ramadhan Musa Tepo of the Light Academy (87.1 - A)
  6. Mwendo Sicily Mutheu of the Kenya High School (87.086 - A)
  7. Ian Mwai Toyota of the Kakamega High School (87.08 - A)
  8. Arita Shekinah of the Kenya High School (87.079 - A)
  9. Musindi Daniel Ouma of the Light Academy (87.0 - A)
  10. Brenda Cherotich of Kipsigis Girls High School (87.0 - A)
  11. Mungane Job Ngatia of the Strathmore School (87 - A)
  12. Ariona Adaga of Kapsabet Boys High School (87 - A)
  13. Mutethya Caleb Ngumbau of the Mang'u High School (87 - A)
  14. Abia Nelima of the Kenya High School (87 - A)
  15. Maina Millicent of the Kenya High School (87 - A)

Prof. Magoha also announced the best performing students in sub-counties per region as follows:-

  1. Anthony Njuguna of Muhoro Kiamaina Secondary School (84.634 - A)
  2. Owino Eric of Akoko Secondary School (83.71 - A)
  3. Karuiga Clinton of Angaini Mixed Secondary School (81.449 - A)
  4. Achesa Alukoti Bilea of Matunda Day School (81.237 - A)
  5. Diangui Frank Wagura of St James Kiarithia School (79.4 - A)
  6. Mulei Kelvin of Dandora Secondary School (79.213 - A)
  7. Mkirimia Dennis Mwamburi (78.246 - A)
  8. Ronald Kipkoech of Kiplabotwa Secondary School (74.9 - A)

To check the results via SMS, parents, students, or other interested individuals can send the candidate’s index number followed by the initials KCSE (in capital letters) to 20076.

Also, there should be no spacing after the index number's last number and the initials KCPE.

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