KCSE: Coast public schools improve as private ones shine

Memon High School's Abdirahman Hassan scores an A- in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams released on December 18, 2019. PHOTO | LABAN WALLOGA | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • The top performing public schools were Kenyatta High, Kwale High, Matuga Girls, Bahari, Bura, Mama Ngina and Dr Aggrey.
  • Together, national schools produced the highest number of As, 495 out of 627. Extra-county schools had 61 As, sub-county four, and private 67.

Public schools in Coast region recorded improved performance in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams (KCSE).

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