Kabarak lives true to the tradition of excellence

Moi High School Kabarak in Nakuru County has over the years continued to post good results in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.


The school produced 16 students in top 100 nationally, this year.

According to the results, 330 students sat KCSE with 29 scoring A, 123 (A-), 75 (B+), 53 (B), 35 (B-), 11 (C+), two (C) and two C-.

Kabarak attained a mean score of 10.02 compared to last year’s 9.16

In 2017, the school posted 10 (A), 79 (A-), 86 (B+), 60 (B), 41 (B-), 30 (C+), 13 (C), 15 (C-), three D+ and one D.

A look at the school’s performance over the years reveals that it is consistently ranked among top performers in national examinations.

In the 2010 KCSE examination results the school was ranked 6th overall having produced the country’s top student.

Seven students featured among the top 100 nationally.

The class of 2011 performed even better registering a mean score of 10.99 breaking the previous record set by the 2010 class of 10.38.

Just as in the previous years it was the best private school nationally.

The class of 2014, recorded a mean score of 11.358, having posted 134 (As), 114 (A-), 17 (B+), 8 (B) and 1 (B-).

The institution reputed for its Christian background is regarded as the top mixed school in the country.

Kabarak High School Principal Elisheba Cheruiyot said compared to last year, the results were a major improvement.

“Compared to last year this is a major improvement, last year we only had 10 As, but this year we have counted more than 20,” said Mrs Cheruiyot.

Molded them

The class named The Eagles, she said, had made them proud and from the start they showed exemplary performance.

The principal described the students as all round as teachers molded them in all disciplines.

“We have always done well and I know we have managed to mold them, the success is attributed to hard work among the teachers, the students and support from parents,” she said.

Kabarak Vice Chancellor Henry Kiplagat commended the candidates for their performance.

Prof Kiplagat who also serves as a member of Board of Directors Kabarak High School said the success was not by chance but through hard work, prayer and sacrifice of the students, teachers and parents.

On behalf of the chairman, former President Moi, he also commended the school for the impressive performance.

He asked the school community to not only focus on academic excellence but also moral excellence.

Kiplagat called
on all stakeholders to continue supporting the school.

“We will give the best to the Kenyan child, we focus on moral excellence that also molds the character of the students,” he said.

The institution was founded in 1979 by Moi.

Meanwhile, sleeping academic giant Kaplong Boys in Sotik made a surprise come back edging out traditional champions.

The school that had been relegated from the top 10 county category for more than 5 years posted a mean of 7.4 to tie with Moi Siongiroi Girls at the top position.

The principal Richard Sang attributed the good results to hard work.

“It took hard work and team work from all stake holders to produce these results that have propelled us to the top,” Mr Sang said.

Traditional champions Kaplong Girls dropped to position six in the county with a mean score of 6.3.

Tenwek High School which produced the top candidate in the county maintained the third position after posting a mean score of 7.2.

https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001307209/kabarak-lives-true-to-the-tradition-of-excellence

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