Non existence of professional person to deal with social and emotional needs of adolescents in a high school setting is a challenge on its own. Transition to the next stage of development from adolesence needs formal and informal support tools for coping which are of paramount importance. Learners tend to depend on social networks for support in the absence of busy parents. This book endevours to address the perceptions that contributes to adequate social support in high school environment. Which systems contributes the most? Are the services of a school social worker contribute in anyway on how learners perceive school environment? The focus in schools tends to be on educational rather than social aspects which are equally integral to the development of every teenager. As there should be a link between the school, the family, and community of teenage learners "Everybody can be a part of a solution"