Kapsabet Boys’ High School stood out as the favourite for most Kisumu top performers in the 2022 KCPE.
Nigel Ciqala who scored 421 said he had picked the school as his first choice, and he would wish to join the school.
Nigel, 14, who sat for his KCPE at Hekima School, Migosi said he was attracted by Kapsabet Boys’ performance in the national examination.
KAPSABET BOYS’ school has been performing welL in the national examination, and I hope I get a chance thereJedrian Curtis
“My dream was to get at least 400 marks so as to guarantee me a chance at the school,” he said.
Nigel wishes to become a successful businessman after his academic journey.
His colleague Jedrian Curtis who scored 415 marks out of the possible 500 also wants to join Kapsabet Boys’ School.
According to Curtis, the institution has been his dream school, and he hopes he will get a chance there.
“The school has been performing well in the national examination, and I hope I get a chance there,” he said.
Jan Williams from Wema Academy in Kisian, Kisumu West also shares the same aspirations.
Jan scored 400 marks out of the possible 500, and says he hopes Kapsabet School will accept him.
“I have done my bit and I hope I will be able to get a chance there so that I proceed with my career dreams,” he said.
The aspirations were shared by a number of candidates who scored 400 marks and above within Kisumu County.
Kapsabet school has lately attracted interests from primary school graduates.
Last year, the school was among the top ten secondary schools which received highest number of requests from kcpe candidates.
The school recently received a lot of attention following media reports that it produced the current president William Ruto, as well as the country’s second president Daniel Moi.
Previously, many top performing kcpe candidates had been aspiring to join the famous giants like Alliance Boys, Mangu High and others.