Welcome to NASSP
NASSP is the voice of middle level and high school principals and assistant principals.
An Eye-Opening Trip to the Nation’s Capital
When I came to Washington, DC, in March for the NASSP Advocacy Conference, I walked by the National Museum of the American Indian. I thought about what a great experience it would be for our Native students back in Lincoln County, OR, to have the opportunity to visit the museum as a way to wrap up their high school education. I just needed to figure out a way we could logistically make it happen.
Managing Effective Meetings
For advisers, time is a valuable resource, so it is essential that your group meetings are conducted efficiently and effectively. When you and your students begin the new school year, you assess how your meetings are conducted and see if you’re making the best use of your time.
Save the Date for Ignite 2023: NASSP School Leader Conference!
These past few years have been marked by radical change—to the principalship, to the education landscape, and most importantly, to you and your students’ needs. The job of being a school leader has changed—and so has our conference. Mark your calendars and click for more info!
Student Leadership Programs
Since 1921, NASSP has been committed to the ongoing development of student leaders through its NHS, NJHS, NEHS, and NatStuCo programs.Learn More
Principals seeking support and mentoring in their first three years of school leadership meet monthly via Zoom.
School leaders in rural communities seeking collaboration meet once a month via Zoom.
Past State Assistant Principals of the Year engage with each other and with NASSP via Zoom.
NASSP provides our members with the professional research-based and peer-tested resources, and practical tools and materials they need to serve as visionary school leaders.