Home is the first and the most significant place for the child’s inclusive growth and development. It provides not only the hereditary transmission of basic potentials for the development of the child, but also the favourable environment in terms of interpersonal relationship and cultural pattern. However, education like in school, at home must also strive to achieve the desired objectives in principles with constructive ways of perceiving and making self meaning. Therefore, this book deals with the effect of home environment on academic achievement as an objective. This book specifically examines the extent to which home processes – homework habits, parental support and guidance, intellectual stimulations and parental expectations – affect students’ academic achievement. The study employed is mostly quantitative approach, though some aspects were dealt with qualitatively. The findings of the study confirm that homework processes have desirable effect on students’ academic performance.Therefore, the study recommends creating positive home environment by educating the parents on the importance of productive home environment.