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This research was conducted to understand whether stereotypes of school administrators have an impact on the decision-making processes. The study group in the phenomenological model consists of ten school administrators. Interviews were made with audio recording and obtained voluntarily by school administrators. The data collected from the interviews were analysed by content. Codes were determined and interpreted by analysis. As a result of the study, it was determined that stereotypes of school administrators affect the decision-making processes of problem-solving, team building, and etc. It was observed that gender was a predominant factor emphasized in the answers given for all the questions. For this reason, the study suggests awareness of stereotypes which should be raised in order to perform more effective and healthier decision-making among school administrators.