Abstract: The aim of this study is to compare the level of motivation of fifth grade male students in regular elementary schools and smart elementary schools. The design of this study is causal-comparative and the statistical population includes all the fifth grade male students of Tehran’s elementary schools. The Organization of Education of Tehran announced that the number of these students is 2225 students. 62 students from regular schools and 62 students from smart schools were selected and compared. The sampling method used in this study is purposive sampling and the reason behind choosing this method was to select those samples that were closest to the standards. Since the previous studies had published good reviews about the reliability and validity the Hermans Achievement Motivation Questionnaire, it was used to measure the level of motivation of students in both regular and smart schools. Finally, the collected data and descriptive statistics including frequency, median, mean and two independent samples t-test were analyzed. This statistical test showed that there is no significant difference between the level of motivation of students in smart schools and regular schools and the comprehensive system of information and communication technologies facilities has not had any influence on increasing students’ motivation.