As Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, released the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary of Education (KCSE) results, students from little-known sub-county schools registered excellent grades.The 2021 KCSE exam saw 1,138 candidates score an overall grade of A plain. CS Magoha stated that 826,807 candidates sat for examinations in 2021 compared to 747,000 in the previous year. 50.9 per cent were males and 49.1 per cent were females.Here are the 8 best students in the sub county schools category: Education CS George Magoha during the release of 2021/2022 university and colleges placement results on August 17, 2021.Twitter 1. Anthony Njuguna Muhoro – Kiamaina Sec School in Central – 84.63 points.2. Owino Erick – Akoko in Nyanza – 83.71 points.3. Karwiga Clinton – Angaine Mixed Day Secondary School in Meru – 81.449 points.4. Achesa Alukoti – Matundu Day Sec in Kakamega – 81.237 points.5. Diangui Frank Wagura – St James Kiarithia in Central – 79.4 points.6. Mulei Kelvin – Dandora Sec Sch in Nairobi – 79.213 points.7. Mukirimia Dennis Mwamburi – From Coast region – 78.256 points.8. Ronald Kipkoech – Kiblabotwa sec school in Rift Valley – 74.9 points.CS Magoha, released the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results on Saturday, April 23.The exams were done in 10,413 centres. For students to access their results, they can either use the short SMS service or the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) portal. Education CS George Magoha addresses the media in Embu County on Friday, January 15, 2021Twitter To check results, students are advised to send their index number followed by KCSE (in capital letters) to the number 20076. Note, that there should be no spacing after the index number’s last digit and the initials KCSE.The service is available on all telecommunication networks in the country (Safaricom, Airtel and Telkom) and each SMS will be charged at Ksh25.