School Climate is widely acknowledged as a major factor that influences students’ well-being and other academic outcomes in several ways. A student spends almost six to seven hours per day in his/her school, thus, school-related experiences certainly affect his/her personality to a great extent. The purpose of the scale is to measure students’ perceptions of their school climate. The test consists of four dimensions of school climate. These dimensions are Academic Climate, Teachers’ support; Infrastructural Climate & Safety and Belongingness. The construct validity of PSCS was examined by assessing convergent and discriminant validity. It was found that the scale has satisfactory convergent and discriminant validity. It separates norms that are not available for males and females because there is no significant difference in the perception of school climate between males and females at the respective dimensions. The scale will take approximately 10 minutes and can be administered individually and in groups.