Among the most important variables in a child’s growth is their parents. This happens as a result of their direct participation in educational initiatives, which gives them the power and capacity to form and raise their kids into aspirational, imaginative, and tolerant adults. The study’s goal was to determine the impact of parental financial support, emotional support, social support, and parental socioeconomic position on secondary students’ academic achievement. This research was quantitative. The population was comprised of all public and private secondary schools of district Sheikhupura. Multistage sampling techniques were used. The instrument of the study was questionnaire. To examine the data, descriptive and inferential statistics were employed. The study’s results demonstrated that parental social, economic, emotional support and socioeconomic status have a highly substantial impact on students’ academic achievement at the secondary level.