The purpose of this study was to investigate the differences in the perception of housing unit between female and male among high school students who have learned Home Economics in high school. The number of 200 samples were analyzed with frequencies, percentages, t-tests, regressions and x? analyses using SPSS/Win. The results showed that there were no sexual differences in general perceptions of Housing unit such as importance, usefulness, and satisfaction with the unit. The most demanded housing contents as the principle of interior design, and the least as the history of housing. There were sexual differences in only a few contents. However, all of 29 items were demanded over median point of 3.0. Most students often imagened their own dream houses and thought about the way to improve their own rooms. They were least concentrated on the newspaper articles on housing. They were sexual differences in the level of practice the Housing contents learned in the class. These results should be considered in the 7th curriculum male students must take Home Economics.