Maranda High school had the highest number of candidates who sat for the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, examination. The school had 704 candidates who garnered a mean score of 8.90628 (B plain).
618 candidates scored a mean grade of C+(plus) and above; hence, booking direct tickets to university; which translated to 87.78% of the total candidature. 19 students scored straight A’s while, Candidates who scored mean grade of A- (minus) were 142. Others scored B+ (156), B (133), B- (99) and C+ (69 candidates).
Here is the school’s 2019 KCSE Mean Grade Summary;
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