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The Oregon Healthy Teens (OHT) Survey is an anonymous and voluntary survey of 8th and 11th grade youth conducted in odd-numbered years. The survey is sponsored by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) in collaboration with the Oregon Department of Education.
Results for the 2017 OHT survey are available by county as PDF files. Districts and schools from every county, except Crook, Jefferson, and Wallowa participated in this year's survey. Due to relatively small sample sizes, the following counties were combined for more robust results:
The following counties have sufficient sample sizes; however, the percentage of sampled students who participated in the survey was relatively low. Although results for these counties are posted, caution should be used when interpreting the results since they may not be representative of the county as a whole.
District Participation by County (pdf)
All results are in PDF format:
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