The transfers were characterized as typical by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
Cardinal Otunga Mosocho, St. Paul’s Oginga DOK, St. Paul’s Gekano, Moi Gesusu, Kereri Girls, Riambase Mixed, and Riokindo Boy are the schools with the impacted principals.
principal declared that they were ready to assist in enhancing academic achievement in their new schools. They credited the establishment of favorable learning settings for their successful outcomes.
Mr. Boniface Masese has been moved from Bonchari’s Igonga DOK to Bobasi Constituency’s Bishop Mugendi Nyakegogi High School. Mr. Masese guided Iginga DOK to a remarkable mean score of 10.24 on the exam last year when he was there.
All 118 of the school’s applicants were eligible to enroll at the institution. One candidate for the school received an A, 28 received an A-, and 78 received a B+. A applicant received a B.
Despite leaving a boarding school for only guys, I am confident that I will do everything in my power to guarantee that the performance on the national examinations is better. According to Mr. Masese, we will make every effort to raise the Nyakegogi scores.
undiscovered academic giant
Prior to Mr. Chrispinus Owino being appointed to the institution in 2018, Cardinal Otunga, Mosocho, a former academic behemoth in the area, has been absent from the list of elite schools. He began out on a new course to aid the school in regaining its grandeur after settling into his new position. The school surprised many by obtaining an increased mean score of 10.26 on the exam in 2022.
Mr. Owino has now been sent to Kakamega County’s St. Peter’s Mumias Boys High School.
The head teacher of St. Paul’s Gekano Boys, Mr. Albert Ombiro, has been moved to Cardinal Otunga, Mosocho. Last week, Mr. Ombiro handed over command to his deputy, but he has not yet reported to his new location.
Gekano had a mean score of 9.95 on the exam last year, and all 142 test takers received grades C and above.
Chief Principal James Momanyi, who was in Agoro Sare, assumed leadership of Moi Gesusu High School in Masaba South on Thursday of last week.
He took over for Mr. Lucas Matiko, who was later transferred to Kodero Bara High School in the county of Migori.
“I already sent the new station my report. On February 2, I started at the new school. I’m excited to use the wealth of expertise I’ve accumulated over the years to build on the school’s tradition of achievement, said Mr. Momanyi. The average score for Moi Gesusu was 7.46.
Ms. Tabitha Mogonchi, a new head teacher, is also at Kereri Girls Secondary. From Riambase Mixed Secondary School, she was moved. 369 applicants from the school met the requirements for admission to the institution. The institution reported a mean rating of 7.1.
“Yes, I received your message, but I haven’t yet assumed charge. This week, I’ll get it done. I’m excited to change Kereri, said Ms. Mogonchi.