Mathematics interest is a complex behavioural aspect of mathematics. It has so many characteristics and it can be attributed to as many situations as we discuss in mathematics education. We can use it to study at various educational levels, say primary to post graduate; we can use it to associate with various school subjects; we can use it to relate sex, residence, type of school, teaching and learning situations, and physical facilities and so on. But the present study of scientific attitude is concerned with the high school students at Chennai district. It is also concerned with the gender, type of management, locality of school, community, father’s educational qualification, mother’s educational qualification, father’s occupation, mother’s occupation and family monthly income. Overall the present study of concluded that, there is a significant difference in interest in Mathematics and academic achievement of high school level students in respect of their type of management. Moreover, the students should train andexposed to various problem solving skills as a supportive technique to reinforce the learning of the subject mathematics. So as to bring about a better teaching and learning process in the classroom. Hence it is suggested from the findings that interest in Mathematics and academic achievement of high school level students should be motivated and made genius in the schools for success of the effective classroom.