ESSA and Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey (MIYHS) Data

The MIYHS provides valuable data to school administrators and communities in assessing the health of their youth. With this data, action can be taken to further address specific needs and/or problems that Maine students are facing.

Middle and high schools who participated in the 2017 MIYHS have school level student data related to school climate, bullying, alcohol, marijuana and prescription pain medication. A one page snapshot of school level data is now available by contacting

New Fact Sheets for 2017

  • Youth Safety on Maine’s Roads
  • Tobacco’s Use by Youth in Maine
  • Lifetime Substance Use Among High School Students in Maine
  • Connections at School and Home among Maine High School Students

These new fact sheets can be found on the MIYHS webpage, See here

Additionally, the Updated 2017 MIYHS Middle School and High School Data Dashboard is now live.  The interactive data tool presents multiple years of MIYHS data on Maine middle school and high school students. Data is available by the State, County and Public Health District levels and includes maps, graphs and tables that are available for export.

Contact or for  more information