The study was set up to investigate school leadership roles among heads in junior high schools in the Kassena-Nankana municipality of the Upper East Region of Ghana. The quantitative research approach was used. The design used was descriptive survey. Simple random sampling technique was used to select head teachers. A sample size of 41 head teachers was used for the study. The study used questionnaire as the instrument to collect data from the heads of the Junior High Schools. The questionnaire contained both closedended and opened-ended items to elicit views from the heads. Percentages, frequencies means standard deviation were used to analyze the field data. The study revealed that head teachers motivate teachers when they are satisfied with their work and also indicate that most head teachers have good relationship with their teachers. It was also found out that head teachers are interested in strategy planning towards achieving their goals. It is therefore recommended that the Ghana education service should provide more funds for head teachers to use as motivation tool for their teachers. They should try to had cordial relationship with their teacher to bring quality output and increase performance.