Principals and Assistant Principals make up nearly 80% of the FASA membership, with the APs as the largest (and fastest growing) group. Each group is represented by a Department of FASA with its own Board of Directors and representation on the FASA Board.
When joining FASA, elementary and middle (if selected) school principals are automatically members of the Florida Association of Elementary and Middle School Principals (FAEMSP). FAEMSP's mission is to support and represent Elementary and Middle School Principals through advocacy, leadership, and professional development. Its vision is to be a leading contributor in the development and attainment of the educational goals for the children of Florida.
FAEMSP has a reciprocal joint membership agreement with the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Principals are required to join the National if they join FASA and receive additional benefits as well.
FAEMSP also proudly supports the following awards:
When joining FASA, middle (if selected) and high school principals are automatically members of the Florida Association of Secondary School Principals (FASSP). FASSP organizes and unifies the effort to improve the quality of education for the middle and high school students of the State of Florida. This is achieved through ongoing support from school leaders.
FASSP is a unified state with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), and encourages all secondary principals to be members at the state and national level.
FASSP proudly supports:
The Florida Assistant Principals Association (FAPA) was formed to be the first statewide AP association in the history of professional association and to give all APs a voice at the state level. The purpose of FAPA is to provide a professional organization committed to improve the quality of education for the students of the State of Florida and to develop effective educational leadership.
FAPA members are encouraged to join either NAESP or NASSP as well.
FAPA proudly supports APs through the: