By Tobby Otum
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayeed Al-Nahyan Secondary and Technical School has emerged among the top 30 schools countywide in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2022 national examinations in the just released results.
The school principal Khamis Mohamed acknowledged the school had 217 candidates who sat for the 2022 national examinations and managed to attain grade five As in total.
He said the school manage to secure grade A plus 24 in total, B plus 45 and B plain 62.
“The school had secured B minus 7 in total with C plus 44 and C plain 7 with last grade being C plain.
Khamis appreciated the school’s 2022 performance with top student securing A standard with 83 points out of 84.
He was addressing the media after Friday prayers at the school premises in Nyali constituency, Mombasa county.
The school principal said their mean score is 9.0 which is a 01 drop from last the national examinations.