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Top 10 Schools for Form Four Results 2017

The National examination council of Tanzania (NECTA)  has released 2017 School Performance Profile scores for all Tanzania  schools today 30 of January, 2018, and using that information, St. Francis Girls (Mbeya) has ranked each of the public schools and Private schools in Tanzania.

THE Ministry of Education and Vocational Training has honoured Eagles Secondary School as best school for its outstanding performance in the national examination results for Form Four in 2013 and 2014, it has been revealed.

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Former Education Minister, Dr Shukuru Kawambwa.

Former Education Minister, Dr Shukuru Kawambwa issued three awards, two golden trophies and certificate of commendation, to the school as the Best Performing School for the year 2013 and Best Performing School for Non Government Schools for the year 2014.

The School Manager, Mr Francis Tabaro, said in a statement issued in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the District Education Officer, Ms Eliza Ngonyani, handed over the two awards to the school management on behalf of Dr Kawambwa, at a colourful function held in the city two weeks ago.


NECTA's 2013 results confirm the firm path that Eagles Secondary School has taken towards national excelency. With a GPA score of 2.1503, Eagles was ranked 30 (out of 3256) in the Nation and 3 (out of 105) in Pwani Region, just behind Marian Boys and Girls at 1 and 2 respectively, ahead of Kibaha and Baobab at 4 and 5.

Special mention is made of our flying young Eagle called Hamisi Msangi who was in the National top 10 for Boys. The teachers recall Hamisi coming to the Aptitude Test with his Dad and his "sanduku" on his head, sure he would pass!

The National Examinations Council website released the 2012 Form VI results in the small hours of May Day. This marks our first ever participation at the highest levels of our nation's secondary school education. Although we were keeping our fingers tightly crossed, we view the results as a resounding success.

Our entrants included 10 of the pioneers who opened Eagles Secondary school in 2006, so this marks our School's "coming of age".Our performance was excellent across the board, with 5 in Div I; 11 Div 2; 38 Div III; 5 Div IV; and 2 Fs, as follows:

1. Science - PCM, PCB, CBG and PGM - Div 1 (5); Div II (4); Div III (22); Div IV (3); Div F (1)

2. Arts - HGL, HGK, HKL - Div II (4); Div III (5); Div IV (1)

3. Business Studies - ECA, EGM and HGE - Div II (3); Div III (11); Div IV (1); Div F (1)

We are delighted to announce that for the third time running, Eagles Secondary School performed excellently in the NECTA Form 4 examinations. The results maintain the upward swing towards excellency that our School has dedicated itself to achieve and it is now generally accepted that Eagles is now well established as one of the premier secondary schools in the Nation. A notable performance in Kiswahili was achieved this time by our School: we were Number 1 position in Pwani Region and Number 3 overall in the Nation.

The results are a tribute to the veracity of our Board's business plans and the excellency of our academic staff under the guidance of the Headmaster and his management team. While academic excellency comes with hard work and keen guidance from the teachers, Eagles' excellent position is also due to our holistic approach to the development of the student: including the dedicated support of the administrative team. Our unequalled science and computer laboratory services; counselling; health & welfare; sports & games; board & lodging; and library services - all under one roof - have made it possible to turn out first-class, all-round students. Finally, but foremost, we salute our boys for the immense amount of work and self-denial that they have put in during their past 4 years in Bagamoyo.

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