The study traces out the adolescence experience of high and low achievers of an organization. The high achievers were those who had joined the organization as clerks and risen to senior managerial positions, whereas low achievers were those who joined with “highs” as clerks and remained clerks even after 15 years of service. A life history questionnaire method was used for the study, and 150 respondents (75 “highs” and 75 “lows”) were extensively interviewed about various aspects of their adolescence. The findings in this paper indicate that high achievers were encouraged to have their independent opinions and had achievement oriented future plans during their adolescence.