Its with no doubt that There has been a tremendous increase in both the number of secondary schools and in student enrollment in response to the rapidly increasing number of primary school graduates seeking entry to the secondary level. In 1963 there were only 151 secondary schools with a total enrollment of 30,120 students. In the year 2000, the number of secondary schools had risen to nearly 3,000 with a total enrollment of 620,000 students. Of this total, slightly over 40 percent are female. The rapid expansion at the secondary level has been the result of the vigorous harambee schools movement that has led to the establishment of numerous community secondary schools. Only about 50 percent of pupils that sit for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) get places in secondary school. These are categorized into four areas—national, provincial, district, and harambee. Students sit for a minimum of eight subjects at the end of Form Four for the award of KCSE. Compulsory subjects are English, Kiswahili, and mathematics. This is a list of Best Secondary Schools in Kenya 2022/2023 as well Find here all 2020, 2021 and 2022 school opening and closing dates for Term 1 to 3
Kenya: Completing 2020 School Calendar – school opening and closing dates for Term 1 to 3
Term Two studies for 2020 for pre-primary, primary and secondary schools in Kenya begin on January 4, the Ministry of Education announced in a letter to all Regional Directors of Education.
The letter seen by Mediamax Digital says primary and secondary schools will close on March 19, for seven weeks up until May 9.
Term Three studies will resume on May 10 and end on July 16, with a half-term break penciled in for June 3 to June 7. Secondary Schools in Kenya
Kenya: 2021 school year – school opening and closing dates for Term 1 to 3
After a one-week holiday, schools will reopen for 2021 Term One on July 26, for a period of 10 weeks ending on October 1, 2021, whereupon there will be a one-week holiday break before Term Two begins.
Term Two studies for the 2021 school calendar will run from October 11 to December 23, a learning period of 11 weeks.
Learners will break for a holiday on Christmas Eve until January 2, 2022, a 10-day hiatus.
The final term for 2021 will run from January 3, 2022, to March 4, a period of 9 weeks.
National examinations for 2021 candidates will be sat from March 7, 2022 to March 10, 2022 (KCPE) and March 11, 2022 to April 1, 2022 (KCSE).
Those exams will be marked and graded in a three-week period ending on April 22, 2022, just three days before studies resume for the 2022 school calendar on April 25. Secondary Schools in Kenya
Kenya: 2022 School Calendar – school opening and closing dates for Term 1 to 3
Another marathon of learning is scheduled for all learners in the 2022 school calendar beginning on April 25, 2022 for Term One studies.
Term One will last for 13 weeks, terminating on July 1, when learners will take a one-week holiday then resume studies for Term Two on July 11 to September 16, a period of 10 weeks.
Studies for the final term of the 2022 school calendar will begin on September 26 and end on November 25.
National examinations for 2022 candidates have been slated for November 28-December 1 (KCPE) and December 1- December 23 (KCSE). Secondary Schools in Kenya
This is a comprehensive list of the Secondary Schools in Kenya
Agoro Sare High School – Oyugis
Abwao Secondary School
Andrew Murimi Secondary School, Nairobi
Anesta boys secondary school Nakuru
Abrar High School, Kenya, Rift Valley, Eldoret, Uasin Gishu District.
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