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Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

School Health Profiles

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The School Health Profiles (Profiles) is a survey sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and conducted by the State of Alaska every even year by the Section of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion School Health program.

Profiles surveys are given to middle and high school principals and lead health teachers to assess the status of health and wellness-related policies, procedures, instruction and environments within their schools.

Survey topics include:

  • School health education requirements and content
  • Physical education requirements
  • School health policies on tobacco use prevention, violence prevention, HIV and AIDS prevention, and physical activity
  • Asthma management activities
  • Family and community involvement in school health programs

For more information go to:

Alaska School Health Profiles

2020 Survey

2018 Survey and Results

2016 Results

2014 Results

2012 Results

For Profiles results prior to 2012 go to


Webpage updated July 2020