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Our History

Air Force School Chakeri, Kanpur has a legacy of four decades. Having commenced in the year 1963, school was then christened as “Modern School”. The school progressively grew into better stature and strength and it necessitated requirement of permanent building which was inaugurated at the present location in 1981 with middle standard. Within four years, the school attained the status of a Secondary School when the first batch of 10th standard students passed from its portals.

  • The school attained Senior Secondary standard in the year 1988 and since then continues with streams of Science and Commerce.
  • Today, Air Force School, Chakeri is reckoned among a few good schools in Kanpur with magnificent building furnished with three science laboratories, Maths lab, Physical Education Department, NCC, Air Conditioned Computer Lab, well equipped Library, Music Room, Audio Visual Room, well maintained Playground and Wet Canteen.
  • The School basked in yet another glory when it was ISO 9001:2008 certified by BSCIC for its Quality Management System in the year 2010.

We Have Best Education

Air Force School Chakeri is the school of excellence where students are groomed to grow to their optimum potential of intellectual and emotional capabilities. We aim to achieve academic merit, nurture latent talent and prepare our children to meet challenges of life with confidence and competence.

The Right Activities For You

Students are encouraged to participate in activities like news reading, delivering thought or enacting some meaningful plays, which develops intellect. These activities help in boosting the confidence of students as they learn to express themselves in front of others.


House System

The house system was devised to promote team spirit and a sense of belonging to the school. Also, this enables the senior students of the school to provide care and direction to their junior schoolmates. The House System provides excellent opportunities for student leadership and peer group support.


Air Force School Song

Our school song reflect the values, programs and key features of our school. It is often linked to units of work and plays an important role in the development of class agreements. Exploring the words of the school song reminds us why we are in school. It creates a sense of loyalty and devotion in the minds of the students.


The school is run under the aegis of IAF Educational and Cultural Society and managed through its School Management Committee.The Chairman of SMC and other officials involved in administrative functioning of the School are:

Composition of School Management Committee (SMC)

AOC/ Stn Cdr/ Co Chairman
C Adm o/s Admo Member
S A O Member
S M O  Member
GE    Member
Stn MWO Member
Two Parent reps, of which one must be a serving Air warrior Member
One Teacher Rep Member
 School Manager Member
Executive Director SEdnO/ OIC Edn
Secretary Principal/HM

The Principal’s Desk

My heartiest congratulations to all those who are associated with Air Force School Kanpur on its Golden Jubilee year celebrations.

Air Force School has shown indomitable spirit that establishes its accomplishments. It now celebrates fifty years of its firm foundation and on this special occasion I would like to go down the memory lane.

As I pen down my thoughts for this special issue of school magazine, my memory goes back to the day when I first visited the school for my interview. I was impressed with its alluring building, lush green surroundings and tranquil atmosphere.

I joined Air Force School faculty on 26 December 2006 and I am proud to be associated with it till date. To begin with, I entrusted upon myself with the responsibility of upgrading the school technologically while maintaining its principles and convictions. Today, the school facilitates for its students adequately equipped labs, digitally automated library, smart class rooms and a language lab for improving communication skills. The school has a vision of grooming its children to meet challenges of life with confidence and competence. Being focused on our policy, we have been achieveing excellent board results year after year and brought innumerable laurels in co-scholastic front. This has enabled the school to earn a great name under the canopy of education.

Achievements and fame of this stature would have remained a far fetched dream without positive support of past and present School Management Committee. I remain indebted to them for guiding me in the noble journey of taking the school to a towering heights. Having completed a long and eventful journery at Air Force School, I remain greateful to my dear students, teaching and non teaching staff who have stood by my me all these years and have been a pillar of my strength.

Finally, I appreciate the efforts of all those who have been working hard to breath life in every page of this magazine. I extend my warm regards to all.




  • To facilitate good report between parents and teachers, provision is made for regular P.T.M.
  • Teachers will meet parents/guardians only by prior appointment or during P.T.M.
  • Parents should ensure that their wards should be in proper uniform and with books/note books as per time table.
  • Parents should ensure that their wards complete their home assignments in time.
  • Do not send your ward to school if he/she is unwell. There is no provision for half day leave for the students.
  • Wearing fanciful watches or broad shaped shoes, colouring of hair, applying mehndi, jewellery, valuable articles is not permitted.
  • Students are not allowed to commute to school on motored two wheelers.
  • Parents to ensure that their wards report to school in time. Students reporting late will be liable for punishment.
  • Any change in Residential Address/Phone Numbers should be intimated to the school office at the earliest.
  • Parents should not encourage private tuition.
  • Send your child to school with proper school uniform, text books, copies, stationary items and other material required for the day.
  • The school will not be responsible for any incident/event that takes place beyond the school premises, before/after school hours.
  • Parents should see SMS sent by school.
  • Parents and guardians must not enter the classrooms either to see their ward or to seek an interview with the teachers during school hours.
  • Parents and guardians of all the students should contact the teachers on the PTM days to note the progress of their wards.
  • Parents will not be allowed to take their wards along with them, without prior intimation to the bus drivers/conductors and class teachers, when they visit the scho»ol for any purpose.
  • Parents should ensure that their wards complete their home assignments in time.