A school head is a restless leader that has full of ideas and plans that challenge everybody in a school organization to achieve the goals and objectives of the school. The study attempted to determine the relationship between leadership styles and the efficiency of teachers in Bayugan North and Northwest District, Division of Bayugan City for the school year 2018-2019. The study used a descriptive research design. The study involved 125 respondents. Based on the findings, democratic and authoritative leadership styles since support from the subordinate teachers through cooperation understanding and teamwork enable them to attain the goals and objectives of the school organization when applied alternatively as the need arises. Moreover, the school heads are not so convinced to adopt autocratic and laissez fair leadership styles since it creates a gap between the school heads and the subordinate teachers in school. The said leadership styles may delay works assigned by the school heads since the subordinates will be divided in their likes and dislikes because the school head does not mind whatever the subordinate teachers do in the classroom. It discharges teamwork and cooperation in work. It was recommended that the school heads should maintain to adopt democratic style of leadership in dealing with the subordinates. They should sometimes integrate authoritative and autocratic leadership styles to achieve the goals and objectives of the school as early as possible. The teachers should maximize their efficiency in teaching particularly in doing assigned work in coordinating extra-curricular activities in school.