Form One Selection 2016
Form One selection for the candidates who sat the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations will begin today (Thursday, December 1 2016).
The selection will follow immediately after the release of the results by the Ministry of Education and the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC).
This is against the norm where the selection process has always been done in January while results have been released late December.
Over 950,000 pupils sat for the KCPE exam early November.
Last year, the Ministry of Education issued new guidelines on the selection process.
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Releasing the guidelines last year, Education Principal Secretary, Belio Kipsang, wrote to County Directors of Education and secondary school heads saying that the selection process would be on merit, equity and choice of schools.
He said that five top boys and girls in every sub-county would be placed in national schools of their choice.
“The top three candidates will be selected first across all sub-counties and then the remaining two according to their marks because there are areas with very few students hence the equity requirement,” he said.
Other pupils in every sub-county would be selected according to their marks between public and private schools.
Candidates who are not admitted to schools of their choice will be placed in schools of comparable level of performance.
Form one selection 2016 confirmation by SMS
How to check the secondary school (form one selection 2016) you have been admitted to via SMS and Online:
- To check the secondary school you have been admitted to online, go to this Website: http://www.education.go.ke/ and enter your Index number.
- To check the secondary school you have been admitted to via SMS, send an SMS with your Index Number to 20042 from any network.
Form One selection 2016 at county and sub-county levels
Form One selection at county and sub-county levels for students who sat the 2015 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination starts Monday 25th January 2016 and ends on Tuesday 25th January 2016
Some 735,094 students will be selected to join extra-county, county, sub-county and private schools in an exercise that will take place in 13 regions across the country.
Extra-county schools will admit 63,990 students, county schools will take 123,435, sub-county schools 481,318 and 66,351 students will join private schools.
In North Rift region that consists of Uasin Gishu, Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet and Nandi counties, the selection will be done at Moi Girls’ High School – Eldoret.
In Mombasa region that consists of Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale, Tana River, Taita Taveta and Lamu counties, the selection will take place at Coast Girls’ High school.
Form One Selection 2016 Selection Venues
South Rift region consists of Kericho, Bomet, Nakuru and Narok counties and the exercise there will take place at Afraha High School while in Kisumu region, which has Siaya, Kisumu and Homa Bay counties, the selection will take place at Kisumu Polytechnic.
In Kakamega region, which consists of Kakamega, Vihiga, Busia and Bungoma, the exercise will be at Kakamega High School while in Kisii region that consists of Kisii, Nyamira and Migori counties, the exercise will be at Kisii High School.
In the Metropolitan region that consists of Nairobi, Kiambu and Kajiado counties, the exercise will be at Mang’u High School while in Central region, which consists of Nyeri, Kirinyaga and Murang’a, the selection will be at Nyeri Technical Training Institute.
In the Aberdare region which comprises Nyandarua, Samburu and Laikipia counties, the exercise will be at Nyahururu High School while in the Machakos region, which consists of Machakos, Kitui and Makueni counties, the selection will be at Machakos Boys’ High School.
Form One Selection 2016 Secondary School admission
Selection in Nzoia region, which consists of Turkana, West Pokot and Trans Nzoia counties, will be at Kitale School, while in Garissa region, comprising Garissa, Wajir and Mandera counties, the exercise will be at NEP Girls’ Secondary School.
In Meru region (Embu, Tharaka Nithi, Meru, Marsabit and Isiolo counties), the exercise will be held at Kaaga Girls’ High school.
Students are expected to report to their respective schools between February 3 and 10.
Selection for entry to youth polytechnics will be done on February 4 and 5 across the country.
Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said that out of 925,744 students who sat the 2015 KCPE examination, 759,603 will join secondary schools while the rest will join youth polytechnics.
“My ministry is alive to the fact that 18 per cent of the candidates may not be placed in secondary schools,” Dr Matiang’i said on Thursday at the launch of the selection process for national schools.
Form One Selection 2016 Future Plans
He said that in conjunction with county governments, the national government will develop alternative pathways, including youth polytechnics, to make available more avenues for youth to further education and training.
“They [youth polytechnics] not only help in increasing transition rates within the basic education, but also provide opportunities for vocational skills development, a critical prerequisite for national development,” he said.
Dr Matiang’i said that there existed immense opportunities in the vocational field in the country.