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General History

Goseta Boys High School is a public Secondary School offering secondary schools curriculum based on the Ministry Of Education approved curriculum in Kenya. The school is sponsored by the County Education Board. The school was commenced in 1989 and received its full registration in 1993. The first batch of candidates was presented for KCSE in 1994.The school remained a mixed day school till 2009 when it reverted to a boys’ only institution.

The school is located in the County of Trans Nzoia in the sub county of Kwanza Kwanza Administrative Division. It is to be found 200 meters along the Kitale Kapenguria road six kilometers from Kitale town.

The School commenced as a mixed day secondary school in 1989. Today the school is a boys only institution after the girls in the school were moved to an own compound adjacent to the boys compound hived off from a local primary school.

The school has been presenting candidates for the Kenya National Examination Council each year since 1992.The performance as measured by KCSE results has been impressive and has been on a steady upward trend each successive year as evidenced by the examination results of KNEC (KCSE results analyses). The candidature rose from 5 in 1992 to 191 in 2013.

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