Challenge Success Survey for HS Students
January 26, 2017
I am writing to tell you about a new project/partnership that Malibu High School’s has begun with the Challenge Success program. For the past decade, Challenge Success, a project developed through Stanford University, has helped nearly 130 schools explore their existing school culture. The Malibu High School Site Council is working with Challenge Success to survey Malibu High School in order to deepen our school community’s understanding of students’ perspectives on their school experience.
At this time, Malibu High School will administer a survey in grades 9-12. The survey is anonymous to help alleviate privacy concerns for parents or the faculty.
The Stanford Survey of Adolescent School Experience:
The Stanford Survey of Adolescent School Experiences is part of a collaborative effort between Malibu High School and the Challenge Success project in the Stanford University School of Education. The online survey measures high school students’ perspectives on homework, extracurricular activities, sleep, physical health, stress, parent expectations, academic engagement, academic integrity, and teacher support. The survey will help Malibu High School and its team of professionals to identify areas of focus to better support our students’ well being and overall school experiences. The following link takes you to the Challenge Success website where you can learn more about the program: http://www.challengesuccess.org
Attached is an opt-out form
for you to complete if you do not wish for your child to participate in the survey. Please return it to the principal’s office.
Dr. Cheli Nye
Principal, Malibu High School