Children 6 years old and older exposure to actual or threatened death, serious injury, or sexual violence are directly experiencing the traumatic event reflects a posttraumatic stress. There are behavioral & emotional effects of trauma on the students’ life & on their school performance. These effects have a long lasting when they occur before adulthood, and early recognition and treatment are vital. A 300 students of both sexes in intermediate class from two schools were studied. The Students exposed to traumatic events were 233(74.33%). Those not exposed were 67 (22.33%). A 12 students (4%) were exposed to 7 or more traumatic events, while 151 students (50.33%) were exposed to 1 or 2 traumatic events, during the last 11 years (2003-2013). The rate of PTSD among the sample were 57 (37.66%) students (29 boys) (19%) and 28 girls (18.66%). The depression among the sample were 85 (56.66%) students (35boys) (23.33%) and (50girls) (33.33%). The rate of anxiety disorder among 300 students was 114(76%): 36 boys (24%) and 78(52%) girls. Majority of children were exposed to traumatic events during the last eleven years., The boys had higher number of trauma and higher rate of exposure, in compared to girls. The rate of PTSD, and PTSD co-morbid with depression among students was higher among boys than girls. The depression among students were higher among girls than boys. The rate of anxiety disorder higher among girl than boys. The rate of PTSD, depression, anxiety and PTSD comorbid disorders also increased. The anxiety disorder among childhood student was higher among girl than boys. The rate of PTSD, depression, anxiety and PTSD co-morbid with depression and anxiety increased with increment of the number of traumatic events.