Students' perception that they feel valued and supprted in school is defined as school belongingness. In this study the relationship between School Belongingness (SB) and Stress Management in Educational Life ( SMEL) and how those variables varied on certain demographic variables are being searched. The study used correlational-survey model. The sample of the study consists of 470 high school students from three different high schools in Usak. The age of the participants changes between 14 and 17. Participants were 42.1% (198) female and 57.9% (272) male. Data collection is carried-out with SB and SMEL scales. Data is analysed using SPSS 23 and LISREL 8.7. Both scales are proved to be reliable and valid instruments for data collection. The results showed statistically significant meaningful moderate positivr relationship between SB and SMEL. SB scores showed showed statistically meaningful difference in derms of sex, class-level, achievement-level, and relationships- with-family; SMEL in terms of student's sex, department, class-level, achievement level, and relationships-with-family. The results showed supporting SB may be importantto promote students SMEL.
Adolescence, School Belongingness (SB), Stress Management in Educational Life (SMEL)