School History

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Air Force Bal Bharati School (AFBBS) was started by the Indian Air Force Educational and Cultural Society with the aim of meeting the educational aspirations of children of Air Force Personnel posted to the National Capital Region. AFBBS made a humble beginning, as a Primary school, on 15th July 1955 with an initial strength of 116 students and 6 members of the staff. The school was then housed in war time barracks. Gradually, the painstaking efforts of the staff and the Management of AFBBS resulted in the School developing into one of the premier schools of Delhi.
By 1974 it had grown into a full-fledged Senior Secondary School offering educational facilities to over 3300 students from diverse backgrounds. Today, AFBBS functions under the aegis of Indian Air Force Educational and Cultural Society as a recognized, unaided private school. The school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi and offers educational facilities under 10+2 scheme of education. It also complies with the rules and regulations as prescribed in Delhi School Education Act and Rules-1973.

Motto of School

In 1995 AFBBS was judged the Best School in Delhi. AFBBS achieved another major milestone in 2007 when it received ISO 9001-2000 certification, confirming its commitment to excellence.

"Education", said Aristotle, ”is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body". It encompasses in itself the all round development of an individual. In a world where the boundaries are shrinking rapidly due to rapid advancement in technology, the children need to be equipped with an analytical mind, broad outlook and a healthy body. Therefore, in keeping with its Motto “Soar to Achieve”, AFBBS aims to provide holistic education to help every individual child achieve his or her true potential.