Technical and Applied Science - Kipkeino High School

The department offers four subjects namely; Business studies, Agriculture and Computer studies. This is a hands on department that involves practicals. The department has eight teachers.The department has enjoyed great support from the administration in practical papers. The department has been producing very good results in 2020 KCSE the department had a mean score of 5.87 C from the previous 3.47 D in 2019. Agriculture, has three papers P1, P2 and P3. Paper 1 and 2 are purely theory of form 1-4. Paper 3 is practical where learners are expected to do project from January to July that involves crop and animal husbandry.Business studies is more of theory with both paper 1 and 2 covering form 1 to form 4. Paper 1 is more of short answer question while paper 2 is structured question. Computer studies is still in its initial stage as it’s not examinable in the school. However, plans are underway for it to be examinable. Currently it’s done in form 1 and 2. We look forward to a bright future in the department and we are optimistic to give the best mean score this year 2021 KCSE.

Compulsory

Form one and Form two

Examined

K.C.S.E

School 2021 mean

6.981

Agriculture

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Computer Studies

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Business Studies

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Alumni

What are they saying

EDWAD YATOR - 2013 ALUMNI

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE

This life we have is short, so let us leave a mark for other people to remember

NICHOLAS KOROS - 2014 ALUMNI

4TH LAW STUDENT, KABARAK UNIVERSITY

We came to this world with nothing and we shall leave with nothing, don’t be selfish, let us have impact

VINCENT KIGEN – 1ST CAPTAIN 2011

TEA IMPORTER AND EXPORTER AND BUSINESS MAN

We live in a much competitive world where there no money, let us use the opportunity we have in school well. Let’s compete favorably and win the race

COLLINS MUTAI – 3RD YEAR MARKETING STUDENT

STRATHMORE UNIVERSITY

Our grandfathers use to make spears out of soil but unfortunately our country is still importing things like needles, we shave an must be creative, use your opportunity provided by Kipchoge Keino in school well

CHARLES EROO

CHAIRMAN, AFRICAN YOUTH GROUP AND EMPLOYEE COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS - KENYA

We should give back to the society whatever God has given us