|Pre-Nursery to XII|
Nursery Age Eligibility
The Air Force School (TAFS) was established in temporary wartime hutments at Wellingdon Camp, Club Road, New Delhi on 18 July 1955 with the aim of providing comprehensive modern education to children of personnel of the Indian Air Force. In May 1967, the school shifted to its present Aravali Campus at Subroto Park, Delhi Cantt. The school celebrated its Silver Jubilee in 1980.
The School is situated on the Aravali ridge – amidst picturesque surroundings – lined by rows of majestic Eucalyptus and Ashoka trees. In the 15 acre area of the school, there are numerous varieties of Bougainvillea, ranging from the common Pink to the rare lovely Mary Palmer which blossom throughout the year. Although the school was established primarily for the benefit of children belonging to the IAF personnel, it has always been open to wards of Army and Navy personnel as well as to Civilians. Thereby it satisfies a long felt need of the Air Force personnel and simultaneously provides quality education to a much wider spectrum of children, from all over the country.
The Air Force School is a co-educational public school with boarding facilities for boys of classes VI to XII. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education and is a member of the National Progressive Schools Conference (NPSC). The school has been declared ISO certified in the year 2007.
Nursery Admission Process
Examinations and Evaluations
Formal Exams & Evaluation Criteria
Fee Structure for Nursery
Other Admission charges
Total fees at time of Admission
Tuition Fee - yearly
Infrastructure Development Fee
Other Yearly Charges
Total Yearly Fee
Form Fee (Charged by school)
- The form charges mentioned here are tentative and can be revised by schools for 20-21 admissions
- The form charges are fixed by Delhi Goverment at Rs. 25/- for all schools in Delhi. For other cities these may vary from school to school
- If the charges are reduced you will be refunded the balance, if they are increased you'll have to pay the balance at later stage.