NYC School Survey

Your School. Your Child. Your Voice.

Every year, we ask all families and teachers and staff in grades 3-K through 12, and students in grades 6-12 to take the NYC School Survey. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what members of their school community think about their school. The information collected by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of the school community about how to make the school a better place to learn.

The 2022 NYC School Survey was administered from February 14 until April 15. To review 2022 NYC School Survey results, visit the survey results page.

Frequently Asked Questions 

How is the Survey information used?

Survey results support dialogue among all members of school communities about how to make their school a better place to learn and school leaders use the feedback from the survey to reflect and improve schools and programs. Survey results are also used to help measure school quality.

To review 2022 results, visit the survey results page. To view citywide results click “NYC DOE: Citywide Results.” To view results for a specific school, type in the school’s name after selecting the “schools” icon.

Where can I access all 2022 survey data?

Where can I find survey data from previous years?

  • See the School Quality Guide under the "NYC School Survey Results and Quality Review" tab for survey reports from 2015-2021. (Most data not available for 2021-22)
  • For data from 2016–2021, visit the Survey Archives page.
  • For data from 2007–2022, visit Open Data NYC.

Where can I find data on test scores, graduation rates and enrollment for all NYC public schools?

Visit the Information and Data Overview page on the InfoHub.