2017 KCPE candidate top achiever Goldalyn Kakuya has once again excelled academically: she is among the top candidates in the IGCSE exams.
Goldalyn who had formerly joined Form One at Kenya High School joined Brookhouse Schools after she receiving the Margaret Kenyatta High School.
She joined Brookhouse in 2019 and became second-best in the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) exams for the 2020 academic year.
According to our sources, Kakuya recorded 8 A*s and two As in the IGCSE exams, something that has seen her receive lots of congratulatory messages by Kenyans that have been following her academic life throughout the years.
Among those who congratulated Kakuya was nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura who chairs the Albinism Society of Kenya.
“Our little girl is still topping in her class with straight As. Glad to have been her destiny connector to study at the prestigious Brookhouse School courtesy of the First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, after we took her to meet the President. Truly proud of her,” Senator Mwaura wrote.
Kakuya who lives with albinism but with an inspiring story came to the limelight aged 14 in 2017 when she became the top student in that year’s KCPE exams.