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School Performance

The Starehe Education Philosophy

 

School Performance
University Intake

School KCSE Performance


Last year 2020 one hundred and fifty-four (154) candidates sat for their National Examination, KCSE. They had a mean score of 8.69 (B-) which was a deviation of -0.37. Out of these, 147 students who scored grade C+ (Plus) and above qualified to join public Universities under the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central placements Service (KUCCPS) for their degree courses translating to 95%. The other seven (7) students qualify to join technical colleges for diploma courses and translating to 5%.

 


University Transition


After four years of secondary school education and early career development, Starehe has been able to have about 95% of its graduate’s gain admission to various public Universities in Kenya and a small percentage in international Universities through scholarships over the years since 2008.

In KCSE 2020, the Centre 95% of the graduates gained direct admission to public universities to pursue degree related courses while 5% will join tertiary institutions for diploma courses.