This is indicated by the index Presatasi (IP) of the total number of 70 students (Class IA: 37 Student, and Class IB: 34 Student) IP â‰¥ 3.00 were 18 student (25.35%), IP â‰¥ 2.75 is 21 student (29.57%), and IP â‰¥ 2.00 is 32 student (45.07%). Design used in this study were of Analytical Correlational Cross-sectional approach, which was held from June to August. A population size of 7o respondent How to capture the sample is the total sampling by using primary data through interviews. A sample size of 70 respondents were then analyzed with the Kendal Tau Correlation test using a computer program. The results obtained of significant by the data (the support of parents is quite low with a GPA of 15 students (93.75%), parental support is satisfactory with a GPA of 15 students (46.87%), and the support of parents with a high GPA is very satisfactory at 16 people (72.72%)). And after the analysis with Kendal Tau Correlation test was obtained Ï value 0.000; Î± 0.05, meaning there is a relationship between electoral support for the program study with performance index. Suggestion put forward is preferably further improve the quality of education and further research needs to be done for the better.