Schools as educational units have a major role in the formation of the Pancasila Student Profile (PPP), where schools are limited living communities whose existence is not based on kinship, have cultural values that can be a supportive environment instilled in 6 (six) dimensions of PPP. With a strong educational unit cultural environment that has supported the formation of PPP, it is expected to affect student behavior towards acts of violence in schools. This study uses the mix method, because the single method approach is inadequate to obtain comprehensive, valid, reliable, and objective data. In data collection, this study uses trianggulation that combines various data collection techniques and existing data sources. Qualitative data collection techniques using interview techniques and questionnaires with open-ended questions. The quantitative method used in this study is a survey method, by taking a sample from a predetermined population. The results showed that the Education Unit Culture has provided conducive climate opportunities for the formation of the Pancasila Student Profile; Intracurricular Learning Social Studies Cluster Subjects have played a lot of role in instilling values that should be conveyed in learning; A well-developed Education Unit culture has provided opportunities for the growth of a collaborative climate between all education unit residents in the context of implementing the PPP (P5) Strengthening Project; Extracurricular activities of students at SMAN 12 Bandung City, have contributed to the growth or formation of 6 (six) dimensions of PPP through every activity that fosters diversity, belief in God Almighty, independence, and gotong-royong. Students' extracurricular activities also support P5 where extracurricular organizations are involved in the implementation of the project.