Within the annals of academia and public policy, school vouchers and their efficacy have been a hotly contested topic for over twenty years. Opponents and proponents of this issue have published various studies supporting their claims of why it would be prudent for such a system to be implemented, or in the case of the opponents, the reasons why such a system is ineffective and does not address the dilemma of the nation's public schools. The current study examines this issue from the perspective of parochial leaders and what their attitudes are on this issue, encapsulating the importance of religion and the role it plays in their decision-making when it comes to supporting or opposing vouchers. This is from the assumption that should a voucher system be implemented, private parochial schools would stand to benefit financially due to the influx of students from public schools because, according to the research, most parents think that private schools are better than public schools. These assumptions and other factors are examined in order to provide a more cogent view on this aspect from the perspective of school leaders.