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Sironga Girls High School KCSE results 2020: KUCCPS performance analysis, KNEC code, ranking

Sironga Girls High School KCSE results 2020, KUCCPS performance analysis, KNEC code, ranking

The famous Sironga Girls High school recorded yet another victory in the recently released KCSE results. Exemplary pass rate and high KUCCPS entry qualifications say no less. A full breakdown of Sironga Girls High School KCSE results 2020 is finally available.

CS Magoha’s result son May 10, 2021 left the Sironga Girls school a happy family of achievers. A deeper look into their result slip reveals more.

Sironga Girls High School KCSE 2020 results summary

  • 17 students scored A- (minus)
  • 68 students scored B+ (plus)
  • 86 students scored B (plain)
  • 106 students scored B- (minus)
  • 64 students scored C+ (plus)
  • 37 students scored C (plain)
  • 11 students scored C- (minus)
  • 3 students scored D+ (plus)

From the result above, we can conclude that the list of top schools in Kisii county KCSE 2020 is not complete without Sironga among lead tiers.

Sironga Girls High school performance analysis

Out of the 392 students who sat for their KCSE exams at Sironga Secondary, 341 excelled with direct university entry grades.

Therefore, Sironga Girls High school pass rate stands at about 87%.

KCSE 2020 analysis further revels that the institution improved its mean from 6.409 in 2019 to 8.209 in 2020.

Increasing a mean grade to about 1.8 is a great academic milestone suggesting increased quality of education.

KUCCPS, pass rate, KNEC Code

Sironga Girls KNEC Code is 43700012; it is particularly useful for checking examinational outcomes.

On the other hand, the school contact email is info@sirongagirls.ac.ke.

Location, directions, contacts

The Nyamira County based Sironga Girls is a new home of best performing students in the larger Gusii region.

Sironga Girls High School KCSE results 2020 confirm that the institution is still competitive in preparing and qualifying learners for tertiary education.