The main purpose of this study is investigation of the relation between learning self-regulation and self esteem with methods of coping stress in the third grade student of Shiraz School District I high schools. The study method is descriptive and of correlation type. To measure the variables, we have used Learning Self Regulation Strategies questionnaire (SRQ3) of Buffard et al (1995), Blinks, Moss and Alahe Coping Techniques questionnaire (1995)and the abbreviated form the Cooper Smith Self esteem questionnaire. In this study, we have used multistage cluster sampling method. The sample consists of 380 third grader high school students in Shiraz School district 1 (205 female and 175 male students), selected by the cluster method. For analysis of data and finding the type of the relation between the variables under study, the Pearson Correlation Coefficient, multivariate regression and the t-test were used. The findings showed that
-There is a positive significant correlation between the self regulation and ways of coping stress in students.
-There is a positive significant correlation between self esteem and ways of coping stress in students.
-There is no significant difference between male and female students regarding learning self regulation and
-There is no significant difference between male and female students regarding self esteem.
-Male students have a higher level of self esteem than female students.
-There is a significant difference between male ad female students as regards their ways of coping with stress.
-Male students use mostly problem-centered coping strategies while female students mostly use emotion-centered coping strategies.
-Among the aspects of self regulation, the motivation aspect has the ability to predict strategies of coping with stress.
-Among the self esteem aspects, the general self esteem aspect has the ability to predict strategies for coping with stress.