Goldalyn Kakuya of St Anne Junior Lubao in Kakamega County has emerged the top candidate in the 2017 Standard 8 national exams.
Kakuya beat all odds that come with albinism to score 455 out the possible 500 marks.
Kakuya credited her success to support from her teachers, family and friends.
Kakuya says she is torn between attending the Kenya High School or the Mpesa Foundation Academy for her secondary education.
Sharon Nkatha Murega of Kathigiri Primary in Meru County emerged the second best overall with 447 marks.
This year’s exams saw a total of 9 ,846 pupils score more than 400 marks.
Education Fred Matiang’i who released the results says stated this was a big improvement from last year’s results that saw the top candidate score 437 marks.