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Tracy Okwach, 14, scored 441 marks. After taking the top perch in her school, Newlight Academy in Kayole, Nairobi. She said it was the first time she was the best in her class.
Tracy attributed her performance to hard work, prayer and the support of her mother, Ms Judith Okwach. She wants to join Kenya High School and become a civil engineer.
“The roads in Kenya are in serious need of repair. But it is obvious these repairs don’t solve the problem. What we need is good design and construction. This is why I want to be a civil engineer.”Kevin Teveen
Kevin Teveen, 13, scored 439 marks and was the second best performing student in his school, Newlight Academy in Kayole.
He said he received the result with a mixture of joy and disappointment as he had a track record of being at the top in his school.
Kevin wants to join Alliance High School and eventually become a neurosurgeon.
“There are very few neurosurgeons in Kenya and this is one of the reasons I want to become one. I want to fill this gap.”Keith Ndung’u Waithaka
Keith, 14, scored 438 marks at Sukari Presbyterian Primary School in Kahawa Sukari, Nairobi.
He attributed his success to God and hard work, saying, it took a lot of sacrifice to perform exceptionally well.
He hopes to join Alliance High School and pursue a career in mechanical engineering.
“I expected to perform well because I prayed a lot and worked hard. I was sure God would listen to our prayers,” he said.Pauline Wakiuru Wachiuri
Pauline from Good Shepherd Academy in Nyeri Town was the top candidate in Nyeri County, with 437 marks.
Her father, Mr Wilson Wachiuri Kamanu, speaking at the school, said he was delighted when he received the good news shortly after the announcement of the results by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi.
“I got my daughter’s results after sending the SMS, which Knec had set for obtaining the results,” Mr Kamanu said.
He said his daughter was out of the country as the results were being announced.
“My daughter is not with us here because she is in South Africa.”Mercy Nyaboke
Mercy from St Kevin Hill School, Nyali, Mombasa, scored 437 out of a possible 500 marks, which according to headteacher Kevin Nyongesa, was the highest.
Mr Nyongesa advised school heads to manage students well. “We manage pupils well using the right methodology as provided by the Ministry of Education and co-curricular activities,” he said.
Students and teachers of the school attributed the success to hard work, discipline and collaboration among all stakeholders.Christine Mwende Ndeti
A shy and reserved girl, Christine who scored 437 marks at Makini School could not hide her joy when she got the news of topping her class. The second-born of two children joined Makini School eight years ago.
She says it was because
of hard work, determination and prayer that she managed to excel in her final examination.
“I got these marks because of the grace of God. I owe it all to Him.”
Although Christine has not yet decided the career she would like to pursue, one thing is certain; she would love to join Kenya High School for her secondary education.
Her elated parents had this to say: “We thank the school for the moulding they have done to these students. We used to encourage her a lot during her studies.”Valerie Wanjiru Mwika
Valerie of Moi Educational Centre scored 437 marks out of the possible 500.
Her teachers described her as a hard-working girl, who always attained what she set her mind on.
“Valerie has made us proud,” headteacher Philemon Chebii told the Nation.Claudius Odhiambo
Claudius, 14, who scored 435 marks at Lily Academy, Nairobi, wants to join Maseno High School and later become an engineer.
“It is as a result of constant prayers and support from family and teachers that I managed to perform well,” he says.Brian Mutethia
The 14-year-old scored 437 marks at St Mary’s School, Nairobi. He wants to be a doctor.Sandra Wangari Mwangi
The second-born daughter of Mr Charles Mwangi who scored 434 marks at Makini School was overjoyed.
An excited Sandra said she desired to join Alliance Girls High School. She also aspires to be an actuary.
“I am really happy to have done well. I thank God, my parents and teachers for their support,” she said.
Her equally happy father said: “I’m very excited about my daughter’s results. She started out as a focused girl and she has remained focused all through.
“As parents, we understood that she needed time to study and, therefore, gave her all that she needed to excel,” Mr Mwangi added.David Lusoka
David Lusoka, 14, scored 430 marks and was the top student at Lakewood School in Kayole, Nairobi.
He says he wants to be an aeronautical engineer because he has a passion for making things. David has his sight on Alliance High School because it features among top performing schools.
“I hope I get picked at Alliance High School. I don’t want to go to any high school around here,” he said. - Nation, Monday December 29, 2014. KCPE Results
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