School faculty play an important role in the education and success of homeless students. Faculty’s attitudes and perceptions of homeless students could influence their relationship with them. This study explores school faculty’s attitudes and perceptions of homeless students through the use of a quantitative survey instrument and four open-ended questions. This study also explores homeless students’ self-perceptions through the use of a quantitative survey instrument. Findings indicate that school faculty had slightly positive attitudes toward homeless students, as well as an array of experiences and suggestions for improving education. Homeless students had mostly positive self-perceptions. Findings from this study indicate the need to train and to educate faculty about students’ experience with homelessness as well as the need for further research about homeless students’ self-perceptions.