KNEC Finally Release Oriwo Boys’ 2021 KCSE Results; Here’s The School Performance
After a month of worrying about missing out on the 2021 KCSE results, students and teachers at Oriwo Boys’ High School in Homa Bay County have reason to smile.
The school’s results had been withheld while KNEC and the Ministry of Education investigated allegations of exam malpractice.
The tests were taken by 549 candidates at the institution.
The school received a mean grade of 8.215 (B minus), with ten of the top candidates receiving an A- (minus).
Ten candidates had an A-(minus), 61 had a B+(plus), 152 had a B (plain), 167 had a B-(minus), 130 had a C+(plus), 26 had a C (plain), and two had a C- (minus).
Twenty-eight (28) of the students did not meet the minimum university admission grade of C+ (plus), implying that the school sent 521 students (95.1%) to university.
On April 23, the Education Ministry announced that at least 440 candidates were being investigated for allegedly engaging in exam irregularities.
When Oriwo Boys’ High School finally received their results on Friday evening, May 13, students and teachers celebrated the results, which would easily place them among Kenya’s top 100 schools in the 2021 KCSE exam.
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Oriwo Boys’ High School principal Maurice Ouma Okal told The Standard that the institution’s fraternity has been nervous for the last month.
The school is in Kandiege, Rachuonyo North Sub-county, Homa Bay County.