HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR EXIT SURVEY
Once yearly, the High School Senior Exit Survey is made available to seniors to complete and submit their input on the experiences and perceptions they gained during their years with your school. For those of you that are not aware of this service, the survey was developed by school staff to allow high school seniors to evaluate their experiences at high school. To give you an idea of the questions asked, we have attached a copy of the survey (below). Once your schools have submitted the students' surveys, the data is compiled and tabulated by WVPEC and results are sent to each school Superintendent detailing the perceptions of his/her graduating seniors. We will be returning to you a hard copy of your school(s) computations and comments for your analysis and review. There is no cost associated with having your high school seniors complete this survey. In the past, this has been a useful tool for those school divisions that have taken part in the process and we encourage you to have your seniors complete the survey.
When the window is open, counselors or teachers may choose any day or week to complete this survey. Often, guidance counselors or high school senior government or English 12 teachers take their classes to a computer lab to complete the survey. Your counselor/teacher should be aware of his/her school code before taking students to the computer lab (the school codes will be provided to principals at the time the survey window is opened). He/she will need to tell students the code or write it on a board for students to enter in order to access the survey. Teachers or counselors might want to practice this process at least once before bringing students to the computer lab.
Instructions to teachers/counselors:
If you or your staff have technical concerns with accessing the WVPEC High School Senior Survey, please contact us at 540 831-6399 for more information or non-technical assistance.
Look for us next year and thank you for bringing this to the attention of your students!