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Friday, 6 March 2015

Lariak Day secondary school celebrates good KCSE performance

By Moses Ndung’u
The release of the Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) was a day awaited with great trepidation and also a hint of jubilation. For Lariak Day Secondary school, it was a day of celebrating the good work of their students. Now to bring this to the epitome, the school’s administration and the students flocked into the streets of the humble Sipili center on March 4, 2015 singing and whistling, honking and bonking in jubilation in what they said was a celebration of the hard work done by students and teachers.
The celebration brought the center into a standstill as the uniformed procession paraded through the bus stop and finally rounded up the whole Sipili shopping Centre. Being a Sub County secondary school, the outcome was some kind of a top-notch whirl.
According to Mr. Paul Nderitu, Principal Lariak Day Secondary School, the form four leavers are destined to a higher education institution in a number not less than 36 students who attained a grade of C+ and above. The first student managed to score a B+ of 69 points.
“We are moving out to tell the Sipili fraternity that we are working hard, and our teachers are responsible for our students.” He said.
For the students, the outcome was a huge slaughter since the class managed to get a mean score of 6.1 points. This registered a slight margin from the last year’s outcomes.
According to the CS Jacob Kaimenyi, only a marginal twelve percent of the students who sat for their KCSE will have to proceed to the next level of Education whereas the rest are to join polytechnics and other institutions of educational bridging.
To the successful candidates, the Arid Lands Information Network (ALIN) fraternity wishes them a glamorous life of breakthrough and literacy, and wish all of them could contribute a hand in changing their standards of live and the whole globe.
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