School Performance

The Starehe Education Philosophy


School Performance
University Intake

School KCSE Performance

Last year 2022 hundred and fifty-eight (158) candidates sat for their National Examination, Out of these, 131 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. The other twenty-seven students qualify to join technical colleges for diploma courses.


University Transition

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

In KCSE 2022, the Centre 83% of the graduates gained direct admission to public universities to pursue degree-related courses while 17% will join tertiary institutions for diploma courses.