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How to Check Your 2024 Form One Placement

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.

Machogu while presiding over the release of the 2024 form placement said parents should download the placement letters directly from the Ministry of Education website (

He said once on the ministry website, one is to search for Form One Placement ( where they will get the results.

Additionally, one can get to know their placement through the  Kenya Education Management Information System (KEMIS) using the link

“I assure Kenyans that this website has been tested and proven and is 100% accurate. It is in operation,” he said.

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Machogu said the school choices the learners selected were used among other criteria in the placement process.

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

Thus, a learner may end up in secondary school in another country due to inadequate space.

Further, Machogu gave parents assurance that there will be no fee increment come next year as their children join secondary schools.

“ The government is 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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