Student absenteeism in secondary schools appears to be influenced by organizational climate issues. The objectives of the study are as; to explore organizational climate factors triggering secondary school students’ trauancy. There was a population of secondary school students in Sialkot and Vehhari who were stuying in Grade 9 and 10. Two hundred secondary school students from a large demographic were randomly selected. Data of the study was collected through questionnaire. Through a survey of related literature, the researchers came up with 13 items for their created questionnaire. When it came to analyzing raw data, researchers employed the latest version of SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) and they employed statistical approaches such as mean score and standard deviation to analyze data in the study. When teachers and parents do not meet, pupils do not bother going to school. In some instances, students will not go to school because of the tight restrictions at school. The teacher's demeanor and strictness cause student absenteeism. Researchers found that schools do not hold regular meetings with parents, school rules are too harsh, and teachers assign too much homework to children. Therefore, all these factors contribute to students' school absences, according to the study's findings.