Sing’ore Girls Secondary School Description
Sing’ ore Girls Secondary School is a religious organization sponsored girls boarding school located in Kapkonga Sub location, Kamoi Location, Kamariny Division, Keiyo North Constituency in Elegeyo-Marakwet County. For further information please see the school contacts below.
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School Name: Sing’ore Girls Secondary School
Physical Location: Iten-Marakwet Road
Address: P.O. Box 225, Iten 30700
City/Town: Uasin Gishu
County: Uasin Gishu
School Category: Public
School Code :
Phone Number: 053-2015
School Fees and Account Number
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Sing’ore Girls Secondary School – Highlights
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Sing’ore Girls Secondary School – Facilities
Sing’ore Girls High School topped
The school is in Elgeyo-Marakwet beat more established national schools to emerge tops with the best performance index 69.9. The extra- county school, located in the remote part of the county, recorded its best performance ever although it has been posting good results over the years.
The extra-county school, a category below the national ones, had an entry of 271 candidates and posted 15 A-, 165 B+, 83 B, and 8 B- giving it an edge over others countrywide.
Despite not having an A, all the students that sat the exam will be admitted to public universities as they all passed the C+ cut-off.
The candidates visited the grave where the late Catholic Bishop Cornelius Korir was laid to rest inside the Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral in Eldoret town to pay their respects following the sterling performance. The school’s principal Rose Koech led the candidates in paying tributes to the Bishop whom they described as a spiritual father who played a role in their success.
Sing’ore Girls’ after KCSE star shines parents rush for slots
Principal Rose Koech said they expect 100 percent turnout and that more than 200 reported on Tuesday. She says they expected all 330 students to report by close but the school admitted 100 students more than it did last year.
No parents have indicated that their child will not be reporting. The school is happy that parents are having goodwill and have brought their children to school on time.
Koech added that the government provided the school with more funds for additional classrooms, textbooks, and has also been assigned two more teachers.
Parents are happy that the government has fully paid tuition fees. Most of them have said the shs. 53,554 requires per year is affordable.
Several parents were at the school to seek slots for their children in the second selection.