The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of classroom management (CRM) characteristics on student academic performance (ACP) in Indonesian educational institutions. For this purpose, quantitative research approach and cross sectional research design was used to test this objective. The researchers applied the explanatory research approach. The self-administered survey used in this research which distributed among 500 students using convenient sampling technique. The Partial Least Square (PLS)-Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) results indicates among five dimensions verbal instruction (VEI) has positive and significant effect on student ACP. The corporal punishment (COP) has also a significant and positive effect on ACP. Instruction supervision also has positive and significant effect on ACP. Delegation of authority (DEA) also has positive and significant effect on ACP while present of data also positive and significant effect on ACP. The findings of this study will provide guidelines to the teachers that how different techniques of CRM effect the ACP of learners in their educational institutions. It will also guide all educational stakeholders, like educational analysts, researchers and Ministry of Education to formulate and implement the effective strategies to improve the classroom environment and to make effective CRM for students in educational institutions.