Arizona YRBS and S3 School Climate Survey


Violence-related behaviors; Bullying; Depression; Suicide; Tobacco use; Alcohol use; Drug use; Sexual behavior; Body image; Physical activity; Student-teacher relationships; Safety; School connectedness; Academic support; Order and discipline; Physical environment

High-school students
Grade Level
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  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2011). YRBSS 2011 item rationale. Online publication. Retrieved from
  • Item descriptive statistics. Unpublished report.
  • YRBS/Safe and Supportive Schools Student Survey.
  • Zullig, J.K., Collins, R., Ghani, N., Patton, M.J., Hubener, S., and Ajamie, J. (2014).  Psychometric support of the school climate measure in a large, diverse Sample of adolescents: A replication and extension. Journal of School Health, 84(2): 82-90.
  • Zullig, K., Koopman, T., Patton, M.J., and Ubbes, V. (2010). School climate:  A historical review, instrument development and school assessment. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 28, 139-152.
Survey Instruments

This survey is publicly available. Please contact Rani Collins at or Nadia Ghani at for more information about this survey.

Survey Level
Survey Data

This is one of the K-12 Surveys listed in the School Climate Survey Compendium.

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