St. Peter’s Nyakemincha Secondary School aims to prepare students to make a positive contribution to the development of the community and to the values of patriotism, self-esteem, self-confidence, cooperation, adaptability, sense of purpose and self-discipline.
Higher education in Kenya starts at age 14 and works for four years. Upon graduation, students reside in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). This prepares them for university, colleges, intermediate jobs, technology, technical and technical training.
Kenya’s high school curriculum covers six major areas:
Areas of Study
Communication: English, Swahili, and foreign languages),
Science: Natural Science and Natural Sciences.
Personality: History, government, social education, geography, religious education, and ethics),
Applied Education: Agriculture, business, accounting, commerce, industrial education, wood technology, metal technology, power machinery, electrical technology, typing and office work, home science, clothing and textiles, food and nutrition, arts and music)
Here are some of the homework students do.
1. Drama Group
2. Debate Group
3. Wildlife Club
4. Nature Group
5. Journalism Club
6. Science Club
7. Computer club
8. School leadership through a body of managers
10. SDA community
11. CU (Christian Union)
12. YCS Catholic.
Peter’s Nyakemincha Secondary School Form One Selection and Admissions
The choice of one Form is made with strong academic and educational guidelines. In most cases students with high KCPE marks and who have chosen a school as the first choice are given priority
Peter’s Nyakemincha Secondary School KCSE Results
Individuals can view their KCSE results via SMS or online using the SMS number or website link provided when the test is issued. Applicants and parents should visit the school to get a receipt for their official results. The results of all candidates and the school, district and local level can be obtained from the school office.
The Department of Education advises parents, teachers and students to check the KCSE results slip to find any irregularities such as incorrect student name, school name and code and incorrect grade and report to KNEC within one month after the announcement.
Fees payable at St. Peter’s Nyakemincha Secondary School, Account Number and Uniform
For details on school fees, account number and uniform, please contact the principal or school office using the contacts below.
Contacts in St. Peter’s Nyakemincha Secondary School (Address, Location, Email, Telephone and Website)
Address: PO Box 137, Kebirigo
Telephone number: 0734-754087