Students who have done KNEC’s KPSEA exams in grade 6 should be admitted to junior secondary school in grade 7 after the release of KPSEA exam results. Below is the admission procedure.
Admission to Junior Secondary School
The process of admission to junior secondary school is simple as compared to admission to from one.
Students who have done KPSEA examinations are required to transition to grade 7 (junior secondary school). KPSEA exam results performance does not determine whether a grade 6 graduate should join grade 7 or not.
Grade 6 graduates will be admitted to Grade 7 in the school where they did their KPSEA exams. The main change that parents will notice is that the school uniform for grade 7 students will change and the fees for private schools is likely to increase.
For public schools, the government has set aside Kenya Shillings 9 billion for junior secondary schools. Public schools are therefore not required to charge any fee for grade 7 learners except for the boarding fees. The ministry of education cabinet secretary has also directed junior secondary schools not to charge any admission fee for grade 7 learners.
Grade 7, 8, and 9 students will be in lower or junior secondary school. After completing grade 9, learners will do a national test to transition to senior secondary.
Question and answer about transferring a new grade 7 student.
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