Cross-bite is the most crucial orthodontic discrepancy affecting several children worldwide. It progresses in the child's growing stage, which results in functional limitations and compromised esthetics in a few cases. 334 school children were utilized and distributed into two age groups; 6-9 and 9-12 years. Several types of cross-bites were investigated among the study groups anterior cross-bite, unilateral posterior cross-bite, and bilateral posterior cross-bite. The gathered data was analyzed using SPSS version 21. Descriptive statistics, with frequencies and Chi-square test, were completed, and results were displayed in cross-tabulation. Informed consent was taken from the parents of the participating children. As far as the contrast amongst groups was concerned, the prevalence of anterior cross-bite (30%) and posterior unilateral cross-bite (10%) was higher between children of 9 - 12 years old. Conversely, posterior bilateral cross-bite (15%) and cases with no cross-bite (54%) were higher in the 6 – 9 years age group. Anterior cross-bite is more prevalent amongst children than posterior cross-bite. No significant differences in age groups were found as far as the prevalence of various types of cross bites was concerned.