Each Kenyan girl sitting for the KCPE examinations hopes to be accepted into one of Kenya’s premier national girl schools.
Top National girls’ schools have unrivaled ways to developing different skills addition to nearly guaranteeing good KCSE scores (and admission to several of the world’s greatest institutions).
With the Kenyan government having elevated dozens of secondary schools to national status, a number of them are still unable to compete with the old academic behemoths.
In addition certain institutions have not consistently produced strong results throughout time.
Top Kenya’s best national girls’ schools.
The top Kenya’s best national girls schools are ranked based on a variety of variables.
Take note also that their performance and infrastructure are also important factors to consider. In terms of 2021 performance and consistency, the following are the finest national girls learning institutions:
The institution is one of the best schools in Kenya. It has become a regular feature in Kenya’s top ten best secondary learning institutions in the past ten years. According to the Kenya high school photos, their students wear grey skirts with white shirts and orange and back striped ties. In 2020, they topped the KCSE 10.467.
This institution is one of the best girl schools in Kenya, located in Thika .
This school is now open to bright students.
In almost more than three decades, the educational establishment has registered impressive results. Maryhill Girls’ High School KCSE results range from 8.5 to 10.6. They had a mean of 9.92 points.
Alliance Girls High School
The school has affiliations with reputed universities and colleges.
Almost in each year, the school supports its students applying for colleges in the United Kingdom, the United States, and South Africa.
Most of the AGHS students are also favourite candidates in some prestigious degree courses in Kenya. They had a score of 9.92 in the 2020 KCSE exams.
Moi Girls’ Eldoret
It is an elite institution and among the top national high schools in Kenya.
Over the past ten years, their performances have rivalled some of the traditional academic giants.
Back in 2020, for example, they had a mean score of 9.65 points. Equally , even though the institution has one of the most significant student populations, it has consistently maintained a top spot on national examinations.
It is one of the best national schools in Nairobi county. Since introducing the 8-4-4 system, it has performed well, becoming an ideal option for KCPE top achievers. In the past two decades, the school has produced top students in the national examinations country.
This noble centre of learning has remained on top because of two reasons. First, the learning institution has some of the country’s best teachers. Second, the institution has the best learning facilities in Nairobi. This institution had a mean of 9.56 in the 2020 Kenya National Secondary Examinations.
The institution offers a holistic education that focuses on girls’ intellectual, emotional, psychological, social, spiritual, and physical development.
Direct from its very start,all girls are encouraged to become critical thinkers in an environment that fosters self-confidence and self-reliance. Their 2020 KCSE score is 9.2.
Moi Tea Girls High
This is one of the best girls boarding learning institutions in Kenya.
This school has produced top results in the past 15 years and competes with some of the greats.
Even with the student population being relatively small compared to most national tuition establishments, Moi Tea is a perfect option for students interested in holistic growth. It has a vibrant culture and many clubs. The school was position 23rd overall in KCSE with a mean of 9.08.
This is national secondary leaning institution located in Limuru Constituency Kiambu County of Central Region, Kenya.
The Limuru Girls High is a girls’ only public boarding secondary school.
Kipsigis Girls High
It started in 1955 as an African Girls Boarding with one stream of classes (5-8). The total enrollment was one hundred and forty pupils. In 1965, two years after independence, it was elevated to a secondary institution with one hundred and twenty students. They had a mean score of 9.08 in the 2020 KCSE.