The issue of student deviance has been a problem in the Kenyan educational system since the first case of student unrest was reported at the beginning of the 20th century. However, violence where human lives have been lost and a mass of property destroyed have characterized recent cases of student unrest in secondary schools in Kenya. The main concern is why student protests are turning violent day after day. This is worrying the major stakeholders given the mass of resources invested in the educational system. In the last couple of years, the Kenyan Government outlawed corporal punishment in schools and this has been seen as aggravating student violence especially in secondary schools. This book has six chapters. There is the introduction, review of relevant literature, and the discussion of methodology. There is also data presentation, data analysis and interpretation, and finally, the summary and conclusions. The book is intended for all those who hold stake in secondary schools, school administrators, student-teacher trainees and students of Sociology at university level, and anybody with interest in teenage and/or youth issues in general. Enjoy reading this great book.