Form one placement 2024| How to check 2024 form one placement. More than one million candidates who sat the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) can now know the secondary schools they are slated to join in January 2024.
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Form one placement 2024

Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, while presiding over the 2024 Form One placement at Lenana School on Monday, said the placements were done according to candidate choices and other criteria.

“Some students were placed in schools of equivalent standing outside their counties. This includes those from counties with inadequate capacity,” Machogu stated.

Parents can now know the secondary schools where their children who sat the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination have been selected to join.  The learners are expected to join Form One early next year.

Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu on Monday morning released the results at Lenana School in Nairobi after a two-week placement exercise was conducted by the ministry.

How to check 2024 form one placement Kenya

Candidates will access placement results through the Ministry of Education website.

  • On the Ministry’s website, they will then search Form One placements. This will direct them to the Form One selection page, where they can access the placement results.
  • The results can also be accessed directly through the Kenya Education Management Information System (KEMIS), by clicking this link.
  • On the Kemis website, go to ‘Form One Selection and Placement’, enter the candidate’s index number and full name, then search and the school the candidate has been placed in will be displayed.
  • In addition, candidates will download forms containing Form One joining instructions from the KEMIS website. 

This will see candidates move to secondary schools within their counties, or outside.

The CS further assured that gov’t is committed to seeing a full transition to secondary schools, stating that the fees for day and boarding schools will remain unchanged.

“Gov’t upholds its commitment to providing free day secondary education which includes allocation for tuition and operation expenses. The fees charged in secondary schools will remain unchanged in 2024. Schools will continue to receive funds based on accurate enrolment data,” said Machogu.

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