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The purpose of this study was to investigate the school connectedness and health of junior high school students, and to further examine differences in two models of school health work. The students of junior high schools at 7 counties and cities in Southern Taiwan were the target population of the study, and the samples were selected by using probability proportionate to size sampling method. The data collection was based on structural questionnaire method, and there were 426 valid samples, which presented a 98.5% of valid response rate. The main results of the study are summarized as follows: 1. As far as the connectedness with junior high school students and schools, were concerned the best was school commitment, the second was school involvement, the third was belonging, and the worst was school belief. 2. The health promoting behaviors of junior high school students were good as the whole. Among the health promoting behaviors, the best was safety behavior, the second was nutrition behavior, and the worst was exercise behavior. 3. The wellbeing of junior high school students was mediuml. 4. The comparison of health promoting schools and traditional health program schools, health promoting schools were better than traditional health program schools in school connectedness, but the difference mainly to school commitment in students. There were no significant difference in belonging, teacher-student relationship, school involvement and school belief. On the health promoting behavior, the health promoting schools were only superior to traditional health program schools on the safety behavior. There were no significant difference in nutrition behavior, exercise behavior, stress management behavior, health responsibility behavior. 5. In wellbeing, health promotion schools and traditional health program schools were no significant difference. The results of the study and applications of the program were discussed and the recommendations for future research were proposed.
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