Human resource management becomes very important for educational institutions in achieving their goals. Excellent educational institutions are certainly supported by superior human resources. Madrasas are formal educational institutions that have advantages in the field of religion and moral education, especially those based on Islamic boarding schools. Madrasah graduates are expected by the community to build a better social order. The current condition, based on data from the National Accreditation Board for Madrasah Schools or BANSM, is that most Private Madrasah are very minimal in assessing the standards of educators and educational staff so they have not received a superior title in their accreditation. Researchers consider these conditions to be important for researching models of human resource management in private Islamic boarding schools. Human resource management according to Flippo (2010) is planning, organizing, developing, providing compensation, integrating, maintaining and releasing human resources in order to achieve various individual and organizational goals. This study used a qualitative approach with a descriptive method which was carried out in three Islamic boarding schools, namely MTs Al Inayah, MTs Nurul Iman, and MTs Misbahunnur. The implementation of human resource management at the three madrasas was carried out properly so that the three madrasas received the title of superior madrasas and had maximum trust from the community.