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Nyanza’s top academic giants deliver excellent results

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Nyanza’s top academic giants deliver excellent resultsNyanza region’s top academic giants delivered excellent results. After registering a large number of students with A plain, Maranda High and Maseno School were among the top performers.Despite the fact that none of the schools produced a top student among the top 15 nationally, a number of schools in the region achieved good results.Maranda appeared to have avoided the effects of the school’s frequent unrest last year. The school received a mean grade of 9.14, with 30 students receiving straight As. Some 141 students received A- grades, while 139 received B+ grades, putting Maranda among the top performers in the country.Classes at Maranda were disrupted on several occasions over the course of last year due to suspected arson.Although Maseno School had yet to receive full results at the time of publication, deputy principal Ochieng Nyawach stated that 20 students had received straight As. There were 574 candidates at the institution.“We have already gotten results for about two-thirds of our learners and so far we have 20 A plains and 74 A-,” Nyawach said. In last year’s exams, the school registered a mean grade of 9.6. Although they were yet to get their full results, they were optimistic that they would surpass their last mean grade.Kisumu Girls had two students with A plain, while John Ricy and Laban Ogendo at Kisumu Boys also received A. Kanga High School, another top institution had three students with A plain.The institution had yet to receive its final results. Wesley Ochieng received an A at Kisii High.Mbita High School, Agoro Sare High School, Orero Boys, and Asumbi Girls emerged as the county’s top performers.Nyanza’s top academic giants deliver excellent results

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