The objective of this research was to explore the relationship between classroom learning environment, and students’ academic achievement. For better understanding of the classroom environment, class size and students’ self-efficacy also measured.The research was quantitative and descriptive in nature. The population of the study was the students of secondary school in Lahore. Stratified random sampling method was used to take the sample of the study. Total sample size was 600 students. The researcher used a self-developed questionnaire for students. The questionnaire was consisted of five point Likert type scale. Questionnaires was consisted of two parts, first part was consisted of demographic variables (gender, 9th class result). The validity and reliability of the instruments were ensured. Results were examined by applying both descriptive and inferential statistics. In descriptive statistics, mean and standard deviation was calculated to know the average of the students with respect to their demographic variable. In inferential statistics, independent sample t-test, One Way ANOVA, and Pearson correlation coefficient was applied. Results indicated that there was no significant difference found in mean scores of male and female sampled students regarding classroom learning environment. The strong relationship was found between class size and classroom learning environment, class size and students’ academic achievement score. It is recommended that in future qualitative research studies should be conducted to determine the relationship between above discussed variables of interest.
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