On April 16th 2021, it was all song and dance all the way from CCP Academy's current location to the CCP Community Center for an exemplary performance in the just released Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results. The 2020 class managed a mean grade B- of 311.19 out of a possible 500 marks with 20 candidates qualifying for national and extra county high schools. This is an 8.28 improvement from the 2019 class performance. This year's top student, Charles Musyoki, a non-sponsored child, managed 389 out of the possible 500 marks. The team of five staff in attendance showered the representative 15 candidates present with congratulatory messages for a job well done. The event started with a word of encouragement from CCP's spiritual coordinator, Pastor Billy Mwashi who shared from Romans 8:28, "And we all know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to His purpose." (NIV). He added that their scores were a stepping stone to the next level. CCP Academy registered a total of 32 candidates. In addition, we had two other sponsored children who sat for the same examination successfully in other schools outside CCP's operation area. The students are currently waiting for high school placement through the school selection process by the Ministry of Education.
CCP's Spiritual coordinator addressing the students.
A section of the students listening attentively.
Students praying at the community center
Students at CCP Community center.
The students celebrating at CCP Community center.
Celebration as they head to CCP Community center.
Students and their teacher celebrating.
Students outside the community center.
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