A report about last term’s results of a class at Kakamega Highschool shocked parents when they learnt that half of the students scored grade E.
Trouble began when an administrator of a Form Three parents WhatsApp group posted the results showing that 182 out of a total 476 students scored grade E in an internal assessment examination.
The admin was however forced to pull down his post after numerous complains from the furious parents.
The class reported a cumulative 112 As in the five subjects against 477 Es, a year before they sit for their Kenya National Examination Council (KCSE 2021) examinations.
Situation was the same in Form Two as PD Online reported 27 students scoring grade E with 270 out of 514 students scoring E in the English subject.
School principal George Orina blamed the poor results on the nine-month Covid-19 holiday that disrupted learning across the country.