School Background

  

The school was started on 10th March, 2008 as a public initiative and managed by an interim School Management Committee in conjunction with the PTA. Marereni Secondary School was situated at the K.K. Patel (Marereni Primary School) and had one class.

That year, the school was managed by a School Manager - Mr. John Mwaiwe Mwendar and student population was 20 – 18 boys and 2 girls.

On 9th April, 2011, the school received her first TSC appointed Principal Madam Beatrice Misigo who runs the school up to date.

On 26th November 2014, the school had her Ag. Deputy Principal Mr. Olima Vincent who assists the principal up to date.

The school was registered as a one streamed school on 6th September, 2010 Certificate No. GP/A/9013/10 with student population of 160.

On 5th April, 2013, the school was re-registered as a two streamed school with student population of 320  (Certificate No. PU/S/2/9013/13)

On 3rd June 2014, the school was re-registered as a four streamed school with student population of 640 (Certificate No. PU/11119/14)

STUDENT ENROLLMENT FROM 2008 – 2017

YEAR

BOYS

GIRLS

TOTAL

2008

18

2

20

2009

52

16

68

2010

78

42

120

2011

136

83

219

2012

170

108

278

2013

209

151

360

2014

363

254

617

2015

455

300

755

2016

486

302

788

2017

275

505

780

2018

435

743

1178

 


 

TEACHING/NON-TEACHING STAFF

TEACHING STAFF

YEAR

NO. OF TSC TEACHERS

NO. OF BOM  TEACHERS

TOTAL

2008

-           

3

3

2009

-

5

5

2010

-

8

8

2011

1

10

11

2012

2

10

12

2013

4

13

17

2014

5

16

21

2015

15

9

24

2016

16

11

27

2017

19

13

32

2018

20

18

38

 

NON- TEACHING STAFF

YEAR

NO. OF NON – TEACHING STAFF

2008

1

2009

1

2010

1

2011

5

2012

9

2013

10

2014

12

2015

17

2016

20

2017

22

 

Exam Analysis

KCSE RESULTS ANALYSIS

YEAR

ENTRY

A

A-

B+

B

B-

C+

C

C-

D+

D

D-

E

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