The present study was carried out through descriptive cross-sectional survey method within ex-post-facto research design. A sample of 273 adolescents (98 female & 175 male) was chosen from government aided secondary / higher secondary schools of West Bengal by stratified random sampling technique. To collect data “Attitudes toward Physical Education Scale”, “Sport Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale” and “Checklist of Facilities for Games and Sports in School” were administered on the sample. A multiple regression equation to predict the attitude towards physical education was formulated and the equation is:Attitude = 80.869 + 0.690 × Personal Standards + 0.060× Concern Over Mistakes - 0.161 × Perceived Parental Pressure -0.056 × Perceived Coach Pressure Personal Standards (PS) and Perceived Parental Pressure (PPP) were observed to have much contribution to the development of attitude towards physical education. But other dimensions of sports perfectionism have little contribution. Facilities for Games and Sports in School were not the contributing factors in forming attitude towards physical education.