Chelsa academy in Bomet County produced one of the top candidates in last year’s KCPE results.
Collins Kipkoech scored 446 marks while Collins cheruiyot was second with 437 marks. Out of the 257 candidates who had registered for the examination 20 had 400 marks and above.
The school which was among top performers in last year’s KCPE examination maintained the feat this year after posting a 4.4 mean score up from 4.12 mean score last year.
The institution’s executive director Mrs Elizabeth Langat attributed the good results to cooperation from the school management, parents, teachers and pupils.
By Joseph Obwocha