Education Cabinet secretary George Magoha has today launched the process of selection and placement of KCPE 2021/2022 candidates to secondary schools.
2022 Secondary School selection and placement
While speaking at KICD during the release of 2022 secondary school placement results and selection, CS George Magoha indicated that the ministry of education will work with county and sub-county education officers to ensure 100% transition.
Schools Principals have been asked not to register students in NEMIS before they report physically so that the ministry of education can know which students have not reported.
In order to avoid overburdening parents, CS Magoha has asked secondary school principals to take caution when listing admission requirements as part of the measures to reduce the cost of education. Some of the items prof Magoha mentioned that principals should avoid in the admission requirements include exercise books provided by the government, novels, photocopying papers, full scaps, atlas, mathematical sets, hockey sticks, pangas, Jembes, etc.
Form one students are expected to report for admission on 3rd May 2022.
Facts about 2022 secondary school placement
- Nanyuki High was the most selected school, 156,003 candidates selected it yet they only have 400 spaces.
- 38, 797 KCPE candidates have been admitted to various national schools.
- 214,960 students selected to join extra county schools
- 218, 456 selected to join county schools
- 726,311 selected to join sub county schools
- Special needs category admitted 2045 students
- Refugee camps selection, 9128
- The top KCPE 2021 candidate Bruce Magata Mackenzie was placed to Alliance High School.
- This year’s Form 1 selection was conducted digitally
- All 1,225,502 KCPE 2021 candidates have been placed to various secondary schools
To check secondary placement results visit: how to confirm 2022 high school placement results.
NOTE: Placement results are still being updated.