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A survey for an award ceremony & # 39; High school in which Year 10 students are asked to name the student with the best tits and the highest likelihood that they are homosexual has sparked outrage among parents.

Other awards for the event organized by students at Warilla High School included the highest b *** h, the most likely to die of drugs, the most likely to never reach puberty, the more likely to be dogs and the better bum.

The student who created the SurveyPlanet survey said it was a "joke" and that now it had annulled the nominations to the prizes.

A high school student's survey, which includes categories such as "more likely to harass children", "greater vagrant" and "better tits", has provoked outrage from parents after their publication online before a ceremony. unofficial award of Year 10

The organizer wrote in an online publication that if someone received an award that he found "offensive", he would send a message to the recipient and ask if he was happy to receive it, according to Illawarra Mercury.

One of the parents described the survey as & # 39; sickly & # 39 ;.

They said: & # 39; With all the harassment that leads to suicide, these awards are absolutely disgusting.

Since then, the student has removed the survey, which one of the parents described as "disgusting", from the SurveyPlanet website, while the school has distanced itself from the event by saying it was organized without school approval.

"Apparently there are many children who were worried that they would receive one, some were not even going to attend formal."

The school has distanced itself from the planned event, which they learned about on Wednesday afternoon.

A spokesperson said that "any event organized by students or parents has been conducted without the authority, knowledge or approval of the school."

In a statement issued by Warila High School principal John Hambly, the school denounced the survey as "contrary to the school's values ‚Äč‚Äčeducation agenda" and said the students involved would be counseled.

On Thursday morning, the cohorts of the 10th year were discussed in an assembly on the inadequacy of the survey, according to a statement issued by the Department of Education of New South Wales.

Principal John Hambly published a letter to parents saying that the students involved would be counseled.

He added that the school "will continue to work with students to ensure that socially responsible behavior is the norm."

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