Students who are now linked to school fires will not be accepted to join any other public institution.
Education CS George Magoha said that the move will help curb indiscipline in schools and punish those engaging in the act of arson.
This comes days after dozens of schools experienced burning of dormitories and other facilities.
Kenyans are still divided on the best approach to deal with students who are caught planning, and/or torching schools.
Some are of the idea that they should be expelled while others hold the opinion that they should be taken to juvenile court.
Last week alone, over five schools were razed down with the latest entry being Maranda High School on Sunday night and Garissa Secondary School Monday morning.
What do you think the government should do to stop the contagious wild fire?