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The main propose of this study is to survey the extent of approved educational ethical goals achievement and its relation to moral judgment among students of fifth grade elementary school in Bandar Abbas. Research method is descriptive-survey and correlation study. Research population consisted of all fifth grade students of Bandar Abbas and a sample of 394 students were chosen by cluster sampling. Two questionnaires were used for data gathering. The first questionnaire made by researchers was ethical goals achievement questionnaire and the second one was moral judgment questionnaire (MJT). Descriptive statistics including the computation of mean, standard deviation and Pearson correlation and inferential statistics involving T and Friedman tests were used to analyze the data. The findings indicate that the approved ethical goals have been achieved by 5th –grade student at a desired level in Bandar Abbas primary education. Although all goals have been achieved at the desired level, their achievement levels differ and their ranks vary. In effect, the goals with respect to which there were consensus and cooperation between home and school showed a higher level of realization. Results also show significant relationship between the levels of moral judgments and ethical goals at 0.05. But out of the twenty one moral goals only seven goals didn't have relation to moral judgments. The Content of these seven goals shows that they are influenced by parents' child rearing style and school's control and discipline.