Self monitoring and self reward are self-management service techniques that are part of the behavior techniques that each individual has. Procrastination means procrastinating on work; one of the inhibiting factors for student success. This study aimed to reduced the level of procrastination of high school students through self-monitoring and self-reward services. This type of research was experimental research with the equivalent time series design. The samples were taken as many as 6 of 25 people. Data collection used treatment materials and a procrastination scale in the form of the Student-Student Procrastinational Assessment Scale (PASS) developed by Salomon and Rothblum. The results showed that the Fcount value was 1.304 with a result of 0.028, meaning the results obtained were <0.05; Because sig 0.0280 <0.05, self-management techniques, self-monitoring and self-reward strategies could reduce academic procrastination behavior in students, so that self-management techniques, self-monitoring and self-reward strategies were effective in reducing academic procrastination behavior in high school students.