BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA
Half of the 2020 candidates from Uhuru Boys Secondary School will join the University level after scoring good grades. Out of the 70 candidates who sat for the exam 35 managed to score C+ and above.
The school principal Duncan Juma says that despite the school been under constant threats from land grabbers his students have managed to rise above and scored good grades.
According to the principal the school has managed to hit the mean target of 6.5 which is an improvement of 1.7 from last year’s 4.756.
The principal says that the students were not in a position to have online classes so they had to conduct a crash program for the students in order to bridge the gap within the short time availed to them.
The top student Rodney Baraza say that they had to put in their individual efforts to cover more of the syllabus and revise.
The students say they had to have joint exams with other schools to gauge their readiness for the 2020 exam.