Our Lady of Lourdes Nyabururu Girls’ High School among the top academic girls high schools in Kenya.
Nyabururu Girls High School is located in the Kitutu Chache constituency in Township . Nyabururu High School is part of the Central Kisii distict in the Nyanza province of Kenya.
Nyabururu High School is a Girls school. The schools sponsorship is listed as Religious Organization. The School Institution Type is classified as a national school in Kenya.
Nyabururu Girls High School Form one selection;
Nyabururu Girls High School admits over 250 students in Form One every year. The selection criteria is purely based on merit with students who performed well in KCPE being given priority in securing admission positions. The students are also selected on need basis where the parents’ financial position is put into consideration.
Nyabururu Girls High School Contacts;
Address: P.O. Box 533, Kisii 40200
School Code: H6030688
Phone Number: 064-22008, 0723-538393
Email: [email protected] yahoo.com
SCHOOL’S KCSE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
The school has maintained a good run in performance at the Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, exams. In the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams the school featured in the list of top 200 schools nationally. This is after recording a mean score of 7.5 (B- minus).
Nyabururu Girls High school recorded impressive results in the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, examination. The school which had a total candidature of 501 students achieved a mean of 7.514 up from the 5.784 mean score of 2018. This represented a deviation of +1.730.
The school had 346 students who scored the university direct entry grade of C+ (plus) and above. This represented a 69% pass rate.
One candidate scored a straight A. 24 candidates had A-(minus), while 54 scored B+(plus).
Here is the school’s 2019 KCSE Result Analysis;
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In the 2017 KCSE results, where only 142 students scored straight As nationally, 250 candidates from this school had qualified to join universities and few would join middle level colleges. 266 candidates sat for the examination and one scored A plain, 30 A -, 44 B+, 61 B, 66 B-, 49 C+ and 7 got C. The school attained a mean score of 8.7 up from 8.3 in 2016. The school got a mean score of 6.2 in 2018, an improvement from 5.2 in 2017.