The book shows explicitly that there is a definite relationship between the principal’s leadership style and students’ discipline. Having looked at various categories of schools: Mixed Day School, mixed boarding schools, pure girls and boys boarding, it was clear that how the students behaved depended on how the principal led the schools. Findings showed that an authoritarian principal managed to make the students behave well and even perform better but out of fear. Democratic principals also managed to have well behaved students as signs of any indiscipline are noticed early enough and attended to. For laizzer faire students behaved in a chaotic manner as everything is left to them to decide. The author cannot fail to overemphasize the need to combine all the leadership styles for better behavior.