The Education Ministry has finally released the much awaited 2021 form one selection results. Students who sat for the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations can now obtain their results. The results were announced by Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha on Tuesday 15th June, 2021.
CS Magoha at the same time announced that the Form One students will report to school August 2, 2021. This will be one week after the other learners (in form two to four) would have reported for term one of the 2021 academic year.
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All candidates who scored 400 marks and above have been placed in national and extra-county schools of their choice.
According to Magoha, a total of 36, 254 candidates will join national schools; 17,406 girls and 18,848 boys.
Close to 201,067 KCPE 2020 candidates have been selected to join extra-county schools. Of this total, 95,646 are girls and 105,431 boys.
213,591 candidates will attend county schools; 115,325 girls and 98,256 boys.
The lowest tier of schools (Sub County schools) will receive 718,516 learners in total; 357,029 girls and 361,487 boys.
CS Magoha noted that many students failed to get places in their preferred schools due to ‘Poor selection guidance made many of the candidates miss their preferred selection.
Candidates can check the schools that they have been admitted to by texting their index number to 22263.