By Brighton Makori .
Kisii Kenya 12 May 2021……………….Nyaguta SDA Secondary school Principal is proud after the school improved its mean grade from 3.4 to 4.9 a positive deviation of 1.5 on this years KCSE Results.
Speaking to Gusii star at his office on Tuesday Principal George Ondari noted that they are happy for 2020 results .
He said that they had 82 candidates whereby 12 performed well enabling them to secure direct university entry, the first student being able to score B+1 B1 6B- 4C+ among them being girls .
According to the principal the school is now on the ladder of success compared to last year’s  national results since this year they were able to manage 12 students to the university.
“ Am happy that we are making milestones to make sure that we are on the right track , 2020 results is a big achievement , we have managed to take 12 students among them being girls as compared to last year when we had only one,” Said Principal adding that the best student was fresh student who joined the school from form One to four 4.
He attributed the good results to the discipline of students and being focused, also to the Teachers who work as a team.
” I would like to attribute the good performance to the discipline of our students , am proud to say that in this area we have every disciplined students and focused, beside that i want to say that the teachers have always impressed team work:” he told the Gusii star noting that they always cover the syllabus early which allows them to start revision
The principal now believes that the new mean score will secure the school to be promoted to county level which will allow students from other regions unlike now when they only get few students with high marks because they fail to join national schools after missing Fees .
To the parents he said that through their cooperative it has made the school to achieve its goals
” Parents have been supportive in paying schools fees, although i understand the economic challenges hence i allow them to pay the little they have without sending away the students”