Each year, students finishing 8th grade take the Kenya Comprehensive Primary Exam (KCPE) the results of which determine the caliber of high school they will attend. Prioritizing success, we dedicate resources to maximize KCPE performance, recognizing its significance in shaping students’ future prospects.
For instance, the initiative motivates 8th graders to engage in focused tutoring, enhancing their readiness for the upcoming examination.
The KCPE is a 500-point exam; the national average in 2013 was 244.
Our kids outperform
First NRCF grads to attend National Schools
Government-sponsored high schools include “National”, “Provincial” and “District” schools. National secondary schools are the most selective and have excellent teachers and resources. In 2014, four students in our program achieved marks above 370 thus qualifying to attend National high schools. In addition, our staff presented our program to the head of a National school and secured three more places for our kids scoring above 350. That means we will have seven children joining a National school in 2014. The history of our program has admitted these students to National high schools for the first time
The history of our program has admitted these students to National high schools for the first time.
Our KCPE top-scorers:
The complete list of students who completed the 2013 KCPE and their scores: KCPE RESULTS 2013