As data collection and analysis increases in popularity, it holds a dominant role when making industry changes. Administrators use standardized test scores to influence future programs and improvements across the school district. However, this is only one element of the student experience. Educators in Michigan realized that no uniform method of measuring student wellbeing existed in the state. Seeking to evaluate a holistic view of the student, superintendents collaborated to create a survey focusing on student voice. A macro-analysis suggested that students struggled most in social-emotional learning and least with student engagement. Further micro-testing revealed that demographics played a significant role in their domain scores. Thus, disaggregation of data is vital to ensure that all student voices are being heard.