Minnesota Student Survey Results - Assessment & Evaluation

Minnesota Student Survey Data: A profile of our youth

The Minnesota Student Survey (MSS) is a tool used to assess the general well-being of our state's youth. The MSS is administered every three years to Minnesota students and covers a broad array of topics, including academics, school and community, safety, substance use, mental health, and more. The survey is confidential, anonymous, and voluntary. The survey is offered to students in grades 5, 8, 9, and 11; younger students are not asked all of the same questions as older students. 

The most recent MSS was last administered across the state in the winter and spring of 2016; almost 170,000 total students participated in the 2016 MSS. Hopkins Public Schools has utilized this survey and its district-level results as a valuable tool to better understand the strengths and needs of our youth, and to evaluate the effectiveness of our prevention work.

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2016 Minnesota Student Survey slide presentation (pdf, 2 MB)

The 2016 Minnesota Student Survey is a reflection of the overall health of youth in Minnesota and Hopkins Public Schools

2013 Minnesota Student Survey Slide Presentation

The 2013 Minnesota Student Survey is a reflection of the over-all health of youth in Minnesota and Hopkins Public Schools

2013 Minnesota Student Survey Hopkins District Tables

Information about Hopkins youth from the 2013 Minnesota Student Survey

MN Student Survey Data: 2010 and 2013 Comparison

How have Hopkins 9th grade student responses shifted from 2010 to 2013?

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