This research explores the influence of school students’ involvement in politics within the context of recent political movements in Bangladesh. Through news analysis and interviews with political figures, the study examines both the positive outcomes and negative consequences of students’ active participation. It highlights the students’ role in raising important issues, advocating for social justice, and promoting democratic values. However, it also addresses challenges such as disruptions to academic activities and potential harm to students’ well-being. Recommendations are provided to foster responsible political engagement while safeguarding students’ rights and education. This research contributes to a deeper understanding of Bangladesh’s political landscape and offers insights for policymakers and educational institutions.