Mpeketoni Secondary School – Description
Mpeketoni Secondary School is a mixed secondary school, located in Mpeketoni location, in Lamu west Constituency, Lamu County. The school sits on a total acreage of 40 with a sum of 545 students and 22 teaching staff.
The school is known for its excellence performance in the academic field and co-curricular activities.
Mpeketoni Secondary School Contacts
School Name: Mpeketoni Secondary School
Address: P.O. Box 37, Mpeketoni 80503
City/Town : Tana River
County: Tana River
School Category: public
School Code: 06100012
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Mpeketoni Secondary School – Highlights
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Mpeketoni Secondary School Results
Mpeketoni Secondary School produces two of the best students in Lamu County
It was joy and celebrations at Mpeketoni Secondary School where former student Samuel N Ngure, emerged top candidate not only in the school but in Lamu County as a whole.
Ngure scored an A- (76.780) in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, putting him in the lead followed by female colleague, Mariam Katethya, who also scored an A- (75.807).
Bahari Secondary School produced the third candidate, Njagi Chomba Benjamin who scored an A- (75.741).
Similar celebrations were ongoing at Lamu Boys and Lamu Girls secondary schools, Mokowe Secondary and Witu High schools.
Speaking by telephone from Nairobi, Lamu County director of Education Mwanyoha Ndegwa, praised all students from the county for not engaging in cheating during last year’s examination.
He attributed that to discipline among both students and invigilators during the course of the national examination in 2013.
“Lamu has shown a good example to the rest of the counties for not engaging in exam malpractices,” said Mr Ndegwa.
Mr Macharia Gaguthe, the Mpeketoni principal, told Nation.co.ke that time management, discipline and hard work enabled them to produce the top two candidates in the county.
“Surely, my school has recorded a remarkable improvement in KCSE over the previous years.
In 2012 we had 3 B+ but fortunately, we now have 2 A- and several B pluses.
This has been contributed to the discipline among my students and I urge the other candidates to follow the same footsteps,” said Mr Macharia.
Local leaders also praised the students for not engaging in cheating.
Mr Jomo Anthony Maina, the Bahari Ward Representative said the discipline exhibited by the students had propelled the county into the national limelight.