Mitchelle Mogusu emerged as the top student at Shining Hope for communities’ (SHOFCO) Kibera School for Girls in the just released Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results.
Mogusu scored 404 marks out of the possible 500.
In a class of 23 students, 20 scored over 300 marks posting a mean score of impressive 349.4.
The candidates performed very well in English subject with a mean score of 73 followed by Kiswahili (70), SSTRE (69), Math (69) and Science (69).
In a statement on his Facebook page, SHOFCO CEO and Founder Dr Kennedy Odede said: “Please join me in congratulating my Kibera School for Girls 2019 candidates for posting a mean score of 349.4 in the just released KCPE results.”
At the same time, the organisation congratulated the school for achieving 100 per cent transition to high school.
“Congratulations to our girls from Kibera School for Girls for the great performance in the 2019 KCPE exams! We are grateful to the teachers who worked with the girls from Pre-K to grade 8, their parents, mentors and our supporters,” SHOFCO said on Twitter.