- St Joseph Rapogi was third with a mean of 8.1 with Ulanda Girls managing a mean of 7.53.
- St Peters Abwao Secondary had a mean of 7.1, maintaining a winning streak in KCSE for two consecutive years.
Little known Nyasoko Secondary School has trounced academic giants in Migori county in the just released KCSE exam.
Nyasoko in Suna West broke ranks to emerge second by securing a mean score of 8.34 to come second only to Kanga High School which topped the county with a mean grade 9.24.
The school also defeated St Joseph Rapogi and St Alberts Ulanda High School, the region's academic giants to emerge the second best in the county with an aggregate of 8.4.
St Joseph Rapogi was third with a mean of 8.1 with Ulanda Girls managing a mean of 7.53.
St Peters Abwao Secondary had a mean of 7.1, maintaining a winning streak in KCSE for two consecutive years.
In Kanga, Jared Vincent Otieno emerged the top student with a mean Grade of 84 points and was closely followed by Fabian Mtinga and Mbiu Joshua who garnered 83 points each, becoming the second and third best students respectively.
School principal Reuben Kodiango said a total 24 students scored straight As, 82 scored A- while another 109 students scored B+.
Also, 70 students managed B, 56 scored B minus and 33 students had C+, the minimum university entry requirement.
“The boys have recorded impressive results owing to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic and the squeezed academic calendar. We are pleased by the hard work and determination exhibited by our students,” he said.
Other schools that topped in the county are Kanyawanga High School (6.910, Kadika Girls High School (6.721), Masara Secondary School (6.66), Kamagambo Adventist High School (6.40) and Moi Nyabohanse (6.22)
Last year, Kanga High School topped Migori county with a mean score of 10.6, St. Albert’s Ulanda Girls School was second with a mean score of 9.765, Rapogi High School was third with 9.3 mean score while Kodero Bara came forth with a mean score of 9.0238.
(edited by Amol Awuor)