School culture is an important aspect of a school organization. It reflects the overall practices of a school. My experience of engagement in educational sector for last five years, I see a need that we are not being able to explore the school culture: perception and practices in depth. So, this study is carried out. For this study I used qualitative approach; interpretive paradigm. I took two different schools of Lalitpur District to look at the school culture: perception and practices. I have taken students, teachers and school leaders as my research participants. I collected information for this study with the help of interview, informal discussion and observation along with note taking of different incidents. This work has been a useful work to understand the perception of school stakeholders regarding the schools practices. This research has evident insights to come up with a conclusion that how schools are executing their daily schedule in real practice in Nepalese context. Though, findings of this study can not be generalized in another settings elsewhere than the researched site.