By Seliphar Musungu, Kakamega
Fesbeth Academy is the best school in Western for the fifth consecutive time in the just released 2022 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu.
The premier academy located in Kakamega town had all there 111 candidates who sat for the KCPE exams scoring 400 marks and above.
“We had 111 candidates who were sitting for the KCPE exams and all of them have scored 400 marks and all of them will join leading national schools in the country. Our hard work and determination has paid off,”
According to Fesbeth Academy Director, Ruth Minish, the candidates posted a mean score of 389.18, saying that their best candidate, Shelmith Isigi scored 424 marks.
“We had 111 candidates who were sitting for the KCPE exams and all of them have scored 400 marks and all of them will join leading national schools in the country. Our hard work and determination has paid off,” said Ms Minish
She added: “Throughout the years, I have learnt that the more people tell you that it is not possible, the more you should become more determined to prove them wrong by treating the word impossible as nothing more than motivation.”
Ms Minish said that in everything they do, Fesbeth Academy family always put God first, adding that it’s the main reason they have been able to beat academic giants in the region over the years.
She said thanked her teachers for her proud going by the results that were released today.
“My teachers spent most of their time preparing the candidates. They were always in school and the results we posted is speaking for itself,” said Ms. Minish.
Other candidates include:- Gian Mbuguah (420), Damian Oriendo (416), Nicole Blessing (416), Ivy Adhiambo (414), Anne Mitchel (414).