The school is tucked in the remote part of Silibwet Township in Bomet is at the centre of discussion among everyone in the village and across.
Parents of candidates who sat for the examination here are in shock and have been trooping here since Monday to try and get the results of their children.
The residents who trooped to the school as early as 9 am on Wednesday morning protested what they said has been a trend of poor results with no efforts by the ministry to take action.
In this year’s results, the leading candidate scored 137 marks out of 500 while the last one had 44.
A copy of the results in our possession shows that candidates had almost similar marks in each of the subjects which also raises more questions.
Panicking education officials had been forced to visit the institution to try and quell the simmering tension between school management and the residents.
Bomet central sub-county Walter Sang refused to comment over the matter saying he was yet to brief his bosses.
“For now we are not going to talk to you until we brief our seniors…in fact, the results have not been verified,” he said.
The compound is in isolation and the prevailing silence is deafening, a clear indication that things are not well.
The tiny gate made of iron sheets has even been left open and the security guard is nowhere to be seen.