St Luke’s Boys High School, Kimilili; details, KCSE Results Analysis, Contacts, Location, Admissions, History, Fees, Portal Login, Website, KNEC Code

St. Luke’s Boys High School is a boys only boarding school located in kimilili town in Bungoma County; in the Western Region of Kenya. St. Luke’s Boys High School is a top and best performing school both in academics and Co-curricular activities. This article provides complete information about this school. Get to know the school’s physical location, directions, contacts, history, Form one selection criteria and analysis of its performance in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams. Get to see a beautiful collation of images from the school’s scenery; including structures, signage, students, teachers and many more.

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SCHOOL’S PHYSICAL LOCATION

St. Luke’s Boys High School is a boys only boarding school located in kimilili town in Bungoma County; in the Western Region of Kenya.

SCHOOL’S INFO AT A GLANCE
  • SCHOOL’S NAME: St. Luke’s Boys High School Kimilili
  • SCHOOL’S TYPE: Boys’ only boarding school
  • SCHOOL’S CATEGORY: Extra County School
  • SCHOOL’S LEVEL: Secondary
  • SCHOOL’S LOCATION: located in kimilili town in Bungoma County; in the Western Region of Kenya.
  • SCHOOL’S KNEC CODE: 36621110
  • SCHOOL’S OWNERSHIP STATUS: Public
  • SCHOOL’S PHONE CONTACT: +254(0)722292060
  • SCHOOL’S POSTAL ADDRESS:  P.O BOX 4 Kimilili 50204
  • SCHOOL’S EMAIL ADDRESS: To be updated in a short while. Please check later.
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SCHOOL’S BRIEF HISTORY

St. Luke’s Boys High School, Kimilili, was opened on June 2, 1968. The school was initially mixed; the first students being 35 boys and 5 girls.

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SCHOOL’S VISION

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SCHOOL’S MISSION

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SCHOOL’S MOTTO

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SCHOOL’S CONTACTS

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  • Postal Address:  P.O BOX 4 Kimilili 50204
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  • Phone Contact: +254(0)722292060

SCHOOL’S FORM ONE SELECTION CRITERIA & ADMISSIONS

Being a public school, form one admissions are done by the Ministry of Education. Vacancies are available on competitive basis. Those seeking admissions can though directly contact the school or pay a visit for further guidelines.

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 6.9833 (C+ plus).

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SCHOOL’S PHOTO GALLERY

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St Luke's Boys High School, Kimilili
St Luke’s Boys High School, Kimilili

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Agricultural Society of Kenya, ASK, shows 2021

The annual Agriculture Society of Kenya (ASK) shows are set to make a come-back this year after a one-year hiatus.

This is after the Ministry of Health approved modalities that include health protocols that will guide staging of the shows.

In a communication published on the ASK Twitter page, permission to stage the shows will be granted based on the prevailing Covid-19 case load for the respective county.

“Each of our shows and trade fairs will be given approvals on a case-by-case basis depending on the case load in the country,” reads the communication.

This year’s theme is “Promoting Innovation and Technology in Agriculture and Trade”.

If a schedule from ASK’s website is anything to go by, the Central Kenya National Show will be the first fair this year following the break occasioned by the Covid-19 outbreak in March 2020.

The society has already made a request to the Ministry of Health seeking approval to stage the Kitale and Nyeri shows. ASK says that the two counties have a minimal spread of coronavirus.

According to the Nyeri ASK branch show Manager Amos Kirui, key requirement from the Ministry of Health is crafting of crowd management measures to prevent spread of Covid-19.

Show organizers will also be expected to provide thermo guns and install hand washing stations to be used by show goers.

They will also be expected to ensure that exhibitors and attendees maintain social distance by restricting the number of people entering the show ground and ensuring that those allowed inside keep their masks on at all times.

“We are considering working with the local administration to help us enforce some of the regulations and also setting up separate entrances and exits to ensure that the two sets of crowds do not crowd at one place,” said Kirui.

He added that it was premature to set a tentative date for the staging of the show as the organizers were still waiting for a go-ahead from the Ministry of Health. Upon approval, the ASK will proceed to invite exhibitors for participation.

In 2019, the Central Kenya National show brought together over 110 exhibitors at the Kabiru-ini showgrounds in Nyeri town.

ASK says it’s also working on a resumption schedule for the other shows with sectoral shows being considered for Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru and Machakos counties before the end of the year.

TSC seeks to recruit 5,000 teachers and 10,000 interns as shortage hit the 50,000 mark

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, is planning to recruit an additional 5,000 teachers on permanent and pensionable terms. This is according to the commission boss Dr. Nancy Macharia. While appearing before the National Assembly’s Education Committee on Tuesday, Dr. Macharia said the teachers’ employer will require close to Sh1.2 billion in the 2020/2021 financial year to recruit the teachers so as to close the teething staff shortages experienced in public schools.

She said part of the money will be required to recruit 10,000 more teachers on internship. There are currently over 10,000 intern teachers who were recruited during the 2019/ 2020 financial year.

This comes as the commission reports that the country is facing a shortage of about 50,000 teachers. A situation that has greatly overburdened the available tutors. According to Dr. Macharia, primary schools require 48,173 more teachers to address the shortage. There are 211,046 primary school teachers currently out of the required number of 259,219.

Garissa, West Pokot, Wajir and Narok counties headline the list of counties with the highest staff shortages. A closer look at this list shows that most of these areas are largely hardship areas.

Nairobi, Kirinyaga, Laikipia, Uasin Gishu, Nyeri, Nyandarua, Murang’a, Meru, Isiolo, Elgeyo Marakwet, Embu and Kiambu counties are more comfortable in terms of meeting their staffing needs.

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TVETs require over Sh6 billion.

The commission is at the same time seeking about Sh500 million to be used by its field operations to facilitate its officers.

“Field officers play a key role in ensuring maintenance of teaching standards through regular monitoring and quality assurance at the school level,” Dr. Macharia told Legislators this past Tuesday.

On his part, Education Cabinet Secretary says the ministry is in need of Sh429 million to mitigate the effects of covid-19 in the sector. Prof. Magoha says part of the funds will be utilize in buying sanitizers, soaps, masks and carry out covid-19 tests for staff and students in the various Technical and Vocational Education and Training, TVET, institutions in the country.

The CS, while appearing before the National Assembly’s Education Committee on Tuesday, sought for an additional Sh6.6 billion shillings. Of this amount, Sh3.8 billion will be used in catering for needs of the projected 300,000 new numbers of TVET students. There are currently 173,000 students studying in the TVETS countrywide. The remaining Sh2.8 billion is to be directed towards recruitment of an additional 3,674 TVBETs tutors.

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2020 grade 3 Knec assessment tools, guidelines and calendar

The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) will upload the Grade 3 Monitoring Learners’ Progress (MLP) assessment tools in the MLP Portal. Schools will use the portal to download the assessment tools and instructions and to upload the assessment outcomes after administration and scoring.

The assessments will occur between January 15, 2021 and May 28, 2021.

The assessment tools to be used are:

Integrated Learning Areas

1.1 Regular Learners
1.2 Hearing Impaired
1.3 Visually Impaired
1.4 Physical Disabilities
1.5 SNE Foundation Level

Mathematics Activities

2.1 Regular Learners
2.2 Hearing Impaired
2.3 Visually Impaired
2.4 Physical Disabilities

English Activities

3.1 Regular Learners
3.2 Hearing Impaired
3.3 Visually Impaired
3.4 Physical Disabilities

SNE Foundation Level

4.1 Activities of Daily Living
4.2 Communication, Social and Pre-Literacy Skills

Users of the system are required to type in the web address below in order to access the login page of the portal: https://cba.knec.ac.ke.

Any school that will have forgotten their password should contact their respective sub county education offices for a new password.

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Kisii School KCSE 2020 results analysis, grade count and ranking

Kisii School KCSE 2020/2021 RESULTS ANALYSIS (SCHOOL MEAN, INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATES’ RESULTS AND MEAN GRADE SUMMARY)- Kisii school has been posting impressive performances in KCSE over the years and 2020 is no exception. In the 2020 KCSE examinations the school posted a mean score of 9.0216 which is a B (plain).

Kisii SCHOOL KCSE 2020 RESULTS ANALYSIS MEAN GRADE SUMMARY

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The school registered a total of 463 candidates in the KCSE 2020 exam. In the just released KCSE 2020 results, the school posted an impressive mean score of 9.0216 which is a B (plain) . The good news is that 420 candidates managed to score above C+ (plus), which is the minimum university entry grade. This translates to a percentage of 91% securing direct entry to university under the placement body, KUCCPS.

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KCSE RESULTS 2020
Grade Entry
A 12
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B- 72
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C 27
C- 13
D+ 3
D 0

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