Some of last year\u2019s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams best performers in Nyanza region are likely to miss their dreams to secure secondary school education due to lack of fees. In Homa Bay, Ogola Edwin Omondi and George Peter Owuor who got 400 and 398 marks respectively have their aspirations of joining national secondary schools hanging in the balance as their parents cannot afford the fees. The KCPE achievers\u00a0 fear that their dreams of continuing their education will be\u00a0 cut off if they fail to get support. A partial orphan, Omondi sat his national exams at Sango Academy in Homa Bay sub-county and has been admitted to Mbita High School, a national school in Suba north sub-county. The school fees stand at Sh53,554 annually, which his poor family can\u2019t afford. He says his poor background may kill his determination to join his dream school. Aspiring to become an engineer, Omondi has appealed to well wishers to come to his aid with school fees. \u00a0\u201cMy father is a farmer. He supplied firewood and other food staff to my primary school, which facilitated by learning. This seems to be impractical in high school because the supply cannot match the fee required,\u201d he said. Owuor sat KCPE exams at Arunda Primary School in Homa Bay sub-county and has been invited to join Kanga National School in Migori county. His mother, a vegetable vendor is unable to pay his fees. \u201cI have sought help everywhere, including making applications to\u00a0 banks and charitable organisations but none has responded so far,\u201d he said. Meanwhile, Spencer Lencer\u2019s dreams of joining Nyabohanse Girls Secondary School in Migori are now valid after Carter Foundation promised to pay her fees . She\u00a0 had scored 384 marks at Bridge International Academy, Kisumu . Her mother Rhoda Njeri has thanked the management and editors of Mediamax Limited following an appeal by the family for help carried in the People Daily last week that resulted in the girl getting a sponsor. \u201cShe is a bright girl with a promising future and that is why I had offered to sell my kidney to support her secondary school education,\u201d she said.