Girls’ School Graduates – Make your Voice Heard in the Mission Australia Survey

19 June 2017

Are you a recent graduate of an Australian girls’ school?

Here’s your chance to have your say about the issues and concerns that affect your life!

The Mission Australia survey of young people aged 15 to 19 years old is the largest survey of its kind in Australia and is used by governments, academics and schools to develop policies and programs for young Australians. The survey, which has been conducted annually since 2002, collects important information about a range of important issues including coping with stress, mental health, and drug and alcohol use.

How do you take part?

Simply visit:

Then enter the code for the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia: 93307

The survey is completely anonymous. You are not required to enter your name, the school you attended or any other identifiable information. If you choose to opt out part way through the survey, your answers will not be included.

The survey is only open until Monday 31 July 2017 – so get involved and make your voice heard!