The 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results were released today at Mtihani house by Cabinet Secretary for Education, Hon. Ezekiel Machogu.

In the 2022 exam results, 173 345 students got minimum university entry grades, which translates into 19.03% of the total number of candidates who sat for the exams, which is an improvement compared to 145 176 candidates in 2021. According to Machogu, 522,588 (59.14%) candidates got D+ and above in the 2022 examination compared to 442,251 (53.29%) in 2021.

According to Machogu, 1,146 candidates scored an overall A grade, while 12,760 females and 18,062 males scored a prevalent grade E In 2022 KCSE results.

Nyambaria boys secondary school is located in Kitutu Masaba constituency in Nyamira county and has been ranked by local and national broadcasters as the best school in the country.

The Seventh-day Adventist school was established in 1966 with a few classes and dormitories but has grown considerably since then to become a national school. The school has been pulling excellent results in terms of education since its inception and has been the leading school in Nyamira county for a long time.

In the recently released 2022 exams, the school had 488 students who sat for the KCSE exams; 28 had straight A’s, 383 had A- (minus), 76 had B+ (plus), and one had a B plain. The school transitioned all its candidates to university with a mean score of 10.8975, which translates into a B+.

While speaking to the local radio station, the parents of the school thanked the teachers and the board of directors for their well-done job, which has brought better results.