Zambian Boarding High Schools are unique in many ways. Learners are removed from their parents for a long period of time making them depend on their peers and teachers for personal/social and academic guidance. Sometimes they encounter challenges beyond which their peers and teachers can help. The provision of guidance services to aid such pupils therefore is critical. The book provides an evaluation of school guidance services in boarding high schools bringing out problems learners face, guidance services available in boarding high schools and an evaluation of these services based on the learners? views. While learners face many problems, and guidance services available are not offered to a satisfactory degree due to several challenges, learners expressed satisfaction with the guidance services provided. The author recommends the training, deployment and effective utilization of School Counsellors in all schools. Further, the training of learner peer ? counsellors and establishment of guidance clubs in schools is necessary. The book is useful to education policy makers, school administrators, students of Psychology and Guidance and Counselling and all teacher educators.