This study aimed to investigate the school satisfaction levels of Romani children with respect to variables such as gender, levels of hope, perceived social support, perceived teacher behavior. The participants included 60 Romani primary school students (female 32, male 28) in Samsun at 2015-2016 academic year. Followings were employed to obtain data: Overall School Satisfaction Scale for Children, Perceived Teachers Behaviors Scale, Children's Hope Scale and Social Support Appraisals Scale to Be Used with Children and Adolescents. The research data were analyzed by using Mann Whitney U and Spearman Brown Correlation tests. The research results showed that Romani students have high level of school satisfaction and there is no significant difference between the school satisfaction levels with respect to gender. The research results showed that there is significant positive relationship between school satisfaction and hope as well as its sub dimensions. While it was found that there is no significant relationship between school satisfaction levels and perceived social support levels, there are significant positive relationships with respect to sub dimensions which are family and teacher support levels. However, it was found that there is no significant relationship between the school satisfaction levels and perceived teachers behaviors of Romani children.