National exam results: Year 5 (2019)

2019 was the fifth year that Bridge pupils entered the Kenyan Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) with over 3,396 sitting the exam — 1,648 were girls and 1,748 were boys. 

There is no ‘pass mark’ in the KCPE. However, the score determines the type of secondary school a child is eligible to attend.


Key statistic:

Further statistics:


Girls education:


Length of time:

In addition; the exam data enables us to look at the performance of pupils who have been at Bridge for multiple years. The data shows that the longer pupils had attended Bridge schools, the better they performed in the KCPE. Impressively, 71% of pupils who had been with Bridge for at least five years achieved 250 marks; with an average of 281.

Secondary schools:

Our 2019 graduates went on to some of the best National schools in Kenya — including Pangani Girls High School and Karima Girls High School.