Bridge Kenya pupil Joyce Kemuto scores 410 in her KCPE results slip!

For 15-year-old Joyce Kemunto, scoring 401 in her 2021 KCPE exam is a huge success and has increased her chances of joining her dream KCPE high school selection; Alliance Girls High School.

Joyce dreams of becoming a neurosurgeon one day to support Kenyans who incur heavy expenses travelling to other countries, such as India for treatment and she would love to be among the few neurosurgeons in the whole country. 

Joyce comes from Tassia Community and was a pupil at Bridge Kwa Njenga Academy for 8 years. Joyce attributes her success to quality teaching from the fantastic teachers at Bridge Kwa Njenga Academy, who are very professional, friendly, and approachable and provided Joyce with a holistic quality education

Joyce lives with both her parents in one of the largest underserved communities in Nairobi. Her father who works as a casual labourer is their main sole provider because her mother is unemployed. Joyce has to walk to school every day for approximately one hour, just to secure herself a quality education. 

As Joyce receives her KCPE certificate and leaves Bridge Kwa Njenga Academy, she thanks Bridge and her teachers for developing her as a person. She can now interact freely thanks to the support from her friendly teachers.

Joyce’s message to all pupils for the KCPE results 2022:

“Work hard, cooperate with your teachers and manage your time sufficiently to succeed in your KCPE exams and achieve your dreams.”