The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between secondary school students’ attitude towards physical education classes and their achievement goal orientations. The participants of the study consist of 212 secondary school students 129 (60.8%) of whom are boys and 83 (39.2%) are girls. It has been found out that the attitudes of students is significantly related to Outcome Orientation Without Effort sub-dimension (p<.05). It has been found that students having negative attitudes towards physical education classes have higher scores of outcome orientation without effort than those exhibiting a positive attitude (p<.05). Secondary school students’ attitude towards physical education classes and their achievement goal orientation do not differ by gender.