This descriptive quantitative study investigates the phenomenon of school well-being among 279 students in SMK 10 November Sidoarjo. The research aims to provide an explanation of school well-being and its implications. Proportionate stratified random sampling was employed to select the subjects, and data were collected using a Likert scale. Data analysis using SPSS 26.0 and Excel revealed that the students' school well-being fell within the medium category (70%), with a small proportion experiencing low (16%) and high (14%) levels. These findings indicate that students possess the ability to cultivate a sense of well-being during their learning process, leading to enhanced comfort. The study contributes to our understanding of school well-being and emphasizes the importance of nurturing positive learning environments for students' overall well-being.