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School Health Profiles

The School Health Profiles monitors the status of school health education, physical education, school health policies related HIV infection/AIDS, tobacco use prevention, and nutrition, asthma management activities, and family and community involvement in school health.  Georgia Department of Public Health will conduct the survey biennially at the middle and high school  levels.  Principals and lead health educators at sampled schools are responsible for filling out the surveys.  

2014 Georgia School Health Profiles Survey

For the 2014 SHP survey, questionnaires were sent to 392 regular public schools, charter schools, and alternative schools containing any of grades 6 through 12 during spring 2014.  Survey questionnaires were received from principals in 77% of schools and from LHEs in 72% of schools. Because the response rate was greater than 70%, the results were weighted and are considered representative of all regular public schools, charter schools, and alternative schools containing at least one of the grades 6 through 12.


2014 Middle and High School Health Education Data Summary: HIV/STD Prevention 

2014 Middle and High School Physical Activity Data Summary 

2014 Middle and High School Safe and Supportive School Environment Data Summary 

2014 Middle School Nutrition Policy Data Summary 

2014 High School Nutrition Policy Data Summary 

Preliminary Reports

Survey Summary 

Principal Tables 

Principal Charts 

Lead Health Educator Tables 

Lead Health Educator Charts 

School Level Impact Measures (SLIMs) & Other DASH Measures Results 

Measuring SLIMs and Other DASH Measures Documentation 

Chronic Performance Measures Results 

Chronic Performance Measures Documentation 

Data User's Guide 



Principal Questionnaire 

Principal Questionnaire Item Rationale 

Lead Health Educator

Lead Health Educator Questionnaire 

Lead Health Educator Questionnaire Item Rationale 


Related Websites

CDC's Division of Adolescent and School Health/School Health Profiles

Georgia Performance Standards for Health Education 

For more information on middle and high school student health data, please contact Michael Bryan, MPH at or (404) 657-2578.