GO – High Schools get moving! aims to identify actions to undertake to encourage students in public high schools in Montréal to adopt physically active lifestyles.

Sport et Loisir de l’île de Montréal and Direction régionale de santé publique du CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal worked collaboratively to develop this survey. The survey is intended for organizations offering sport, recreational or outdoor activities for young people attending public high schools in Montréal.

We would like to know what you offer as well as your thoughts about facilitating factors and obstacles to integrating physical activity in high school. Ideally, the survey should be filled out by someone who is familiar with all activities offered by your organization.

Your participation is very important and we thank you for the time you take completing it. A profile of sport, recreational or outdoor activities offered to high school students in Montréal in 2018–2019 will act as a yardstick. This profile will be shared with all 5 Montréal school boards.

The survey is divided into three sections:
- Section 1: Identification of the organization
- Section 2: Sport, recreational or outdoor activities offered
- Section 3: Conclusion

Additional information about this regional consultation process, please contact Maude Poulin-Lemieux, regional development consultant at Sport et Loisir de l’île de Montréal (SLIM), by email at
Instructions for the survey:
  • To begin with, please read the information and consent form.
  • Open the lexicon before you start answering the survey so you can access the definitions of the terms used in the survey. 
  • It is NOT possible to save your answers and continue later. Depending on the number of activity categories, plan on 15 to 45 minutes to answer the questions.
  • Please consulte the PDF version (only in French) of the survey to prepare your answers before starting the online survey.
  • To go to the next page, click on the “Next” button at the end of each section.
  • To send your answers, click on the “End” button at the end of the survey.
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