In this study, whether or not school administrators' life quality and self-esteem levels differed inrespect to their gender and economic levels was inquired. Data used in the study were collected through scales. This study revealed that in social and environmental sub-categories, the life quality of male administrators was found to be higher, but such difference did not exist among genders in physical, mental and self-esteem categories. On the other hand, administrators whose economic situation was good were also observed to have a relatively high quality of life. There was also a positive correlation between self-esteem and life quality.