This study aimed to examine the correlation between teacher attitudes and student self-esteem at the secondary level. The survey method was chosen as the most effective way to explore this relationship. The study population consisted of male and female secondary schools in the Lahore district. To ensure the reliability and validity of the self-developed questionnaires, a pilot study was conducted with a small group of rural and urban teachers and students. The Cronbach alpha was used to assess the questionnaire's reliability. The researcher collected the data personally, with permission from the school authorities. The questionnaires were returned within a specified timeframe, as agreed upon with the participants. Students were given ample time to complete the questionnaires. SPSS version 16 was used for data analysis. A five-point Likert scale was used to code the data for smooth progress and analysis. The feedback from both teachers and students was entered into SPSS. Percentage, Pearson Chi-square, and two-attribute comparison were employed to determine the relationship between teacher attitudes and student self-esteem. The results revealed a significant and strong positive correlation between teacher attitudes and student self-esteem.