PAF Public School, Sargodha
PAF College Sargodha is a Pakistan Air Force operated boarding school located in Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan. Founded as a feeding school for Pakistan Air Force Academy, it is now a public school since 1990 funded by the Pakistan Air Force.
The admission to PAF Public School, Sargodha is purely based on merit. First, the applicant must have to submit the registration form. After the registration, the candidate has to be present and pass the admission test. The interview is conducted for the candidate along with his/her parents/guardian. After the interview, the candidate must clear the medical fitness test. The list of selected candidates is shown. Each house and class represent a limited number of students.
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The college is expanded over 190 acres of land with playing fields, two cricket grounds, a football field, hockey, and basketball courts, two squash courts, six lawn tennis courts, two swimming pools, and a gymnasium. The school riding club also has 30 horses of various sizes suitable for boys/girls of all ages. Teachers also encourage students to take part in educational field trips. Occasional trips are also organized for social fun. Written consent will be required before participating in any kind of trip. Security and the medical kit is always available during the trip.