Jacinta Gift Achieng who scored 439 at Makini Primary School in KisumuThere were celebrations at Makini Primary school, Kisumu after their top student scored 439 marks.
This is the first time the school did KCPE.
Parents and teachers sang and danced together with the top performing candidates.
The 2017 results were announced by Education CS Fred Matiangi on Tuesday.
“I want to thank God for the good results and for making sure that we have finally made it, not forgetting the support from our teachers and parents from the beginning up to now, “Jacinta Gift Achien, the top student said.
The second top girl Joy Awino got 430 marks, followed by Leon Omondi with 428.
Steven Ndaba came fourth with 427 and Joshua Kwly fifth at 419.
The school had a total of 25 candidates, 16 girls and nine boys.
The school head teacher Margaret Wanyonyi said they were happy with the results being their first time.
She said the journey has not been easy but appreciated concerted cooperation from all the stakeholders.
“Through hard work, the students have made us proud as a school,” Wanyonyi said.
At MM Shah primary school, Nancy Agwenge was top with a total of 432 marks while at Golden Elite schools, the top student was Cynthia Matara with 423.