Bridge Kenya pupil Edwine Oduory excels in the KCPE 2021 exams
Edwine Oduory, a 15-year-old boy from Celtel, Mombasa County, scored an outstanding 402 marks in is KCPE results slip, making him one of the top 1% of high performing pupils in KCPE 2021 in the whole country.
Edwine has been a pupil at Bridge Majengo Mapya Academy in Mombasa County for 7 years. As the last born in a family of 6 children based in Kakamega county where their father works as a casual labourer and their mother is unemployed, Edwine says:
“Bridge teachers are more like mentors to me, I love the fact that they offer high-quality education, and one day, I hope to bring a positive change to my community.”
With his KCPE certificate Edwine hopes to attend; Alliance High School in the KCPE high school selection and dreams of becoming a Medical Scientist due to an outbreak of viruses in recent years that don’t seem to have a cure. Edwine has said that he would love to be a part of the research team that discovers different medicines.
Thanks to his time at Bridge Majengo Mapya Academy and with the support from his teachers, Edwine says that it has enabled him to become a good mediator amongst friends who quarrel in class, he now also feels much more focused, hardworking and disciplined, and is grateful to Bridge for imparting him the knowledge and skills he needs to become a better person in the future and achieve his dreams.