It was joy and jubilation at Tenewek High School in Bomet County after the education CS Professor George Magoha announced the 2020 KCSE results. The principal, Mr. Mutali Chesebe joined the students in celebrating the immense results posted by the school.
The Bomet County academic giants registered a mean score of 8.1958, a massive improvement from the previous years
With an entry of 286 candidates, the school is boasting about the large number of students that will directly join various universities this year. 233 will transition to higher learning institutions, which is equivalent to 82%.
Speaking to the media at the school’s academic square on Monday moments after the release of the results, Mr. Chesebe lauded the teachers and church leaders for putting in a tireless effort to mentor and prepare the candidates both academically and spiritually despite the challenges that were brought about by the covid-19 pandemic that saw learners sit at home for more than 10 months
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Tenwek high school is one of the academic giants in Bomet County known for its academic prowess. The school has produced great leaders in the country including Frankline Bett (former Burret Member of Parliament and minister for roads), KNUT secretary general Wilson Sossion among others.