The KCSE results were released on Monday 3rd March 2014. Strathmore was ranked 7th nationally with a mean score of 10.714, the second highest in the history of 8-44 in the school. Out of the 78 students who sat the exam, 17 scored straight As, 32 students had scored A-; 20 students scored B+; 6 students scored B and 3 students scored B-.
The school also emerged 1st in math and English with a mean of 11.57 and 11.48 respectively. The English mean score was the highest in the history of the School in the subject. Other subjects that posted impressive mean scores were Kiswahili with a mean score of 10.64, up from 9.35 registered in 2012. Chemistry also registered a mean score of 10.58 while French registered a mean score of 11.18. Mr. Andrew Karani(F4 2005) made an impressive debut in the preparation of candidates for KCSE, helping his charges score a mean of 10.95 at his first attempt.
Anthony Maina was the best candidate in the School. He becomes the Scholar of the Year 2013. Apart from scoring the maximum possible aggregate of 84 points, he was also ranked position 37 nationally. Two other candidates scored the maximum aggregate of 84: Brian Gitau and Paul Njenga.
During the KCSE examinations release, the school was also presented with excellence awards for emerging top school in mathematics in the 2012 KCSE examinations.
The following are the 17 candidates who scored an average grade of A:
KCSE RESULTS ANALYSIS