Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has released the form one selection list for the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidates.
Out of the 1,406,557 candidates who sat for the KCPE examination, 1,400,329 students have successfully secured placements in various high schools across the country.
In the results released on Monday by Cs Machogu a total of 717,358 are male students, while 682,971 are female students.
A total of 42,927 students have been allocated spots in national schools, with 22,051 being boys and 20,876 being girls.
276,746 students have been placed to extra-County schools, consisting of 141,590 boys and 133,156 girls.
288,201 students have secured positions in county schools , comprising 129,332 boys and 158,869 girls.
In Sub-county schools, 423,171 boys and 369,059 girls have been placed, bringing the totalnumber to 792,230.
During the event Machogu emphasized that the selection process adhered strictly to the principles of merit, affirmative action, and the availability of space.
The Education CS highlighted that students who scored 400 and above were placed in either national or extra-county schools of their preference, while the others were placed in county schools based on established parameters.
According to Cs Machogu Form One students are expected to report to respective schools as from January 15, 2024.
Placement results are accessible through the Ministry of Education website or the Kenya Education Management Information System (KEMIS).
The Ministry’s website will guide candidates to the Form One selection page, where they can find their placement results.
Candidates can download forms containing Form One joining instructions from the same website.