The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) conceived the idea to establish an Educational cell in the early 70s when it realized the need to provide continuous education for its personnel and their dependants. However, in November 1975, NAF established the department of Education and annexed it under the Directorate of Administration. The department operated until the implementation of the NAF Establishment from 1981–1985 in which the Directorate of Education (DOEDN) was established with effect from 6 June 1984.
The NAF presently has a total of 21 primary schools and 13 secondary schools including the famous Air Force Military School, Jos.
RELEASE OF LISTS OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION INTO AIR FORCE MILITARY SCHOOLS JOS AND OTHER AIR FORCE
SECONDARY SCHOOLS – 2022/2023 ACADEMIC SESSION
The lists of successful candidates for admission into JSS1 of Air Force Military School, Jos and other Air Force Secondary Schools for 2022/2023 Academic Session have been released.
The lists can be checked at NAF Secondary Schools and at the following Nigerian Air Force websites:
Click here to view the lists.
Letters of admission would be available for collection at various school of choice of the candidates with effect from 12 September 2022.
Candidates granted admission into the 2 Military Schools and other NAF Boarding Schools would resume on Saturday 17 September
while those granted admission into NAF Day Secondary Schools would resume on Monday 19 September 2022 respectively.
The admission offers will lapse on Saturday 24 September 2022.