Chartered in the 1970s the association is recognized as one of the top school-based administrator associations in the State. BPAA Serves to monitor and influence local school board and legislative activities by informing its members on issues, policies, and legislation affecting the membership. This mission is achieved with strong support and representation of administrators in both the government and the private sector.

The primary mission of the BPAA is to generate a collective voice representing school-based administrators to provide a favorable environment in which principals and assistant principals can work in Broward County.

We believe in the importance and value of education

Our Misson

Because together, we're forging the future of education in Broward County.

We provide a platform that unites voices, bridges gaps, and creates opportunities, helping you navigate your career path while continually elevating the educational standards in our community.

At BPAA, we promise to be your stalwart ally, delivering support, resources, and advocacy that go above and beyond. 

We're here to ensure you have the tools, skills, and backing you need to not just lead, but to inspire.

Membership in the Broward Principals' and Assistant Principals’ Association (BPAA) provides its members with genuine community involvement and a voice in local, state, and national activities that affect your working conditions and education as a whole.


BPAA advocates for the fair and equitable treatment of its members and has been instrumental in helping to avoid problematic employment situations.

Employment advocacy

BPAA programs encourage all school-based management professionals to strive for outstanding performance and leadership in the field of education.


Member Services Overview

Our Political Action Committee interviews state legislative and school board candidates running for election. The PAC provides candidates with endorsements and campaign contributions.

Political Action committee

​Activities include joint lobbying efforts in Tallahassee, Legal Counsel, Advocacy, and shared information.

The BPAA is a not-for-profit organization representing the collective interests of school-based administrators in Broward County. The BPAA also collaborates with other counties around the state through affiliation with the Florida Council of Administrators and the Florida Association of School Administrators.

Subsidiary Organizations

Standing Committees & Councils:

Salary Negotiations
Political Action Committee

The Broward Principals' and Assistant Principals’ Association (BPAA) has a vested interest in providing quality education to each and every student in our system. Broward County is our home. Our students are our future.

Committees and Councils

Additional Services & Involvement

Please complete and print the BPAA application (insert the Google form application for people to complete and print to sign) and sign your name directly for your application to be accepted. Once signed, you may send your form via PONY to the following:

Payroll Department 
ATTN: Deduction Area Supervisor


Scan and email to,,

How do I join BPAA?

Certainly! However, a good public image is just one of the ways BPAA promotes school-based administrators. Other highly successful methods it employs include legislative and political action. BPAA serves to monitor and influence local school board and legislative activities by informing its members on issues, policies, and legislation affecting the membership.

Does BPAA create better public awareness of issues affecting principals and assistant principals?

BPAA is a Not-for-Profit organization governed by a body of elected officers. The president, treasurer, and secretary are elected from the entire membership. The remaining Board of Directors are elected chairpersons of the various levels and organizations including the Broward Assistant Principals' Association, The Broward Association of Elementary School Principals, The Broward Association of High School Principals, The Broward Association of Middle School Principals, and non-traditional schools. ​These school-based administrators are responsible for the direction and success of the association, but of course, they do not do it alone. The day-to-day business of BPAA is performed by our Executive Director.

How is the BPAA governed?

BPAA attracts a significant number of principals and assistants due to several compelling reasons. Firstly, members are motivated by the need for fair representation in the face of the multitude of factors that consistently influence their employment conditions. BPAA serves as a strong voice for school-based administrators, advocating for their rights, interests, and concerns across various arenas.

Another driving force behind membership is access to legal defense benefits. Knowing they have a reliable support system in legal matters provides members with a sense of security and peace of mind. This benefit ensures that administrators are equipped to navigate potential legal challenges confidently.

Additionally, BPAA offers numerous social activities, leadership opportunities, and a range of valuable benefits and services. These perks enhance the overall membership experience, providing opportunities for networking, professional growth, and personal development.

Ultimately, the ability to join forces with like-minded professionals, access legal defense benefits, actively participate in decision-making processes, enjoy social activities, and access valuable resources and services are compelling reasons that attract a significant number of principals and assistants to join and engage with BPAA.

Why do so many principals and assistants belong to BPAA?

Frequently Asked Questions

Empowering our members through advocacy and leadership