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National School Drop Out Tops In KCSE Exams.They say that life is what you make it, and Anthony Njuguna Muhoro is living proof of this, having emerged as one of the top candidates in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE).Muhoro was named the best student from a day school by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha after scoring an A of 84.6 points. He dropped out of St Patrick’s High School in Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet, unlike the majority of top performers who took the test at national schools.The 18-year-old took his exam at Kiamaina Secondary School in Nakuru County, which was also named the county’s best sub-county school. In an interview with the media, he explained that he chose not to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day just a year after his  admission.He stated that, despite his desire to attend the top-performing school, he was unable to increase his tuition fees. When Francis Muhoro’s lastborn noticed his family’s struggle to fund his education, he gave up his chance to relieve his parents of the burden.Muhoro chose to attend a nearby day school because it was less expensive, with his parents only having to provide him with lunch and support for the remaining three years.“I attended the school for one year, but because of financial problems and other challenges. I felt that I should relieve my parents from this burden of paying school fees and attend a day school,” the top performer told the media.https://twitter.com/kimaningunjiri/status/1517950826597306370?s=20&t=nljE7yBdc_tvznRxUuV73wAware of the difficulties at home, he knew that the only way out was to excel academically. He buried his head in books, reaping huge rewards for his efforts.“I come from a very humble background but I did not let that deter me because I knew where I wanted to be and that it would not be determined by where I came from. I thank God for the results,” he remarked.Muhoro’s impressive grades only confirmed what was already obvious: he was a top performer. He received 394 points on his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), which qualified him for the national school.He revealed that he wants to study medicine at university, the same career path chosen by Jariel Obura, Kenya’s number one in the 2021 KCSE exam.ALSO READOwino Erick, Nyanza (83.71), Karwiga Clinton (81.449), Achesa Alukoti, Kakamega – (81.237), Diangui Frank Wagura, Central – (79.4), Mulei Kelvin, Nairobi – (79.213), Mukirimia Dennis Mwamburi, Coast (78.256), and Ronald Kipkoech, Rift Valley (74.9) are other top performers in sub-county schools.Students can check their results by texting their index number followed by the initials KCSE (in capital letters) to the number 20076, without leaving a space between the index number’s last digit and the initials KCSE.National School Drop Out Tops In KCSE Exams

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