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List Of Secondary Schools In West Pokot County.

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Boys secondary schools in West Pokot County.

  • Chewoyet high school – it is a boarding school.

  • Kapenguria boys high school – boarding.

  • Kamito boys’ secondary school – boarding.

  • Chepkorniswo boys’ secondary school – boarding.

  • Karenger boys’ secondary school – boarding.

  • Sook boys secondary school – boarding.

  • St. Comboni Amakuriat secondary school – boarding.

  • Weiwei secondary school – boarding.

  • Cheptulel boys secondary school – boarding.

  • Ortum secondary school – boarding.

  • St. Daniel Comboni Kaptabuk secondary school – boarding.

Girls’ secondary schools in West Pokot County.

  • Nasokol girl’s secondary school – boarding school.

  • St. Cecilia girl’s secondary school – boarding school.

  • Propoi girl’s secondary school – boarding school.

  • Fr. Leo Staples girl’s secondary school – boarding school.

  • ELCK-Chesta girl’s secondary school – boarding school.

  • Holy Rosary girls high school – boarding school.

  • St. Eliza’s Kabichbich girl’s secondary school – boarding school.

Mixed secondary schools in west Pokot County.

  • Talau mixed day secondary school.

  • Meshack Tumkou mixed secondary school – day school.

  • St. Mary’s Siyoi mixed secondary school – day school.

  • Karas mixed day secondary school.

  • Chepareria mixed secondary school – day school.

  • ELCK Riwo secondary school – boarding school.

  • Kacheliba mixed day secondary school.

  • Konyao secondary – boarding school.

  • Canon Price secondary school – day school.

  • Lomut mixed secondary school – day and boarding.

  • Parua mixed day and boarding secondary school.

  • St. Stephen Chepkonon secondary school – day school.

  • Kapsangar mixed day secondary school.

  • E.L.C.K Chepkalit mixed school – day school.

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