Form one Selection 2017, National Schools, private, County, Sub county, Extra County Secondary School, Reporting Date, Admission Letters Download, Printing
- Form one Selection 2017, National Schools, private, County, Sub county, Extra County Secondary School, Reporting Date, Admission Letters Download, Printing
- Form One Selection 2017 Online – Admission, Intake for 2016 KCPE Pupils
- How to Check Form One Selection 2017 via SMS
- How to Check Form One Selection 2017 online
- In January 2016, Education CS promised a Purely Form One Selection 2017
Form One Selection 2017 Online – Admission, Intake for 2016 KCPE Pupils
It is confirmed that KCPE Results 2016 will be out by end of November 2016 and that new 2017 Form One students will report to secondary school on 4th January, 2017. Therefore Form One Selection 2017 will be done immediately after the results have been announced and will be done online.
There will be neither physical selections for secondary slots nor physical admission letters during this 2017 selection. This will help in curbing the disease of selling admission letters at the corridors of Jogoo House or other admission centers.
How to Check Form One Selection 2017 via SMS
To check the secondary school you have been admitted to via SMS, send an SMS with your Index Number to 20042 from any network.
Carrier charges will apply as per the respective charges of the individual telco company.
How to Check Form One Selection 2017 online
To check which school your child has been admitted to, go to the Ministry of Education website or click HERE
- Select the County and Sub-county you sat KCPE then key in your index number and Submit
- Click on the Admission Letter at the bottom of the page for your copy of your admission Letter.
- Use the Printer icon to print or Download icon to download to you computer.
- Please get your primary school’s Headteacher to endorse this letter in the space provided after printing.
In January 2016, Education CS promised a Purely Form One Selection 2017
Students will also access their admission letters through links on the websites of their respective secondary schools.
“I challenge all secondary schools to ensure they have functional websites to enhance public access to information,” said Education CS Fred Matiang’i.
This year, however, the Ministry of Education will still send out admission letters in hard copy, a process that will run concurrently with the online access being piloted for some national schools.
“It is my expectation that in subsequent selections, transmittal of admission letters for all categories of schools will be purely online,” he added.