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This study examined students’ perception on academic performance using five-factor ratings namely, principal’s instructional leadership, school climate, school facilities, teachers’ effectiveness and family support. Data for this study were collected from selected Parent’s Private Seventh - day Adventist Secondary Schools (PPSDASS) in Southern Province of Rwanda. Questionnaires were used to collect data from 240 students. The study was descriptive in nature. The findings indicate that the principals did not seem to involve students in the matters of decision making. However, students were satisfied with the kind of climate schools provided and the support they were getting from their families. Student involvement in decision making may be a new ground for intervention in future studies.