Led by and geared toward school leaders, NASSP’s Leadership Networks are collaborative spaces for school leaders to share similar lived experiences, passions, and interests so we can connect with each other on a personal and professional level. All networks meet monthly for one hour.
Explore the options below and join the network (or more!) that best meets your needs. All school leaders are welcome to join regardless of NASSP membership status. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Assistant Principals Network
Meeting the unique needs of the Assistant Principalship by providing opportunities to connect with colleagues, share current challenges, and celebrate successes.
LGBTQ+ School Leaders Network
For principals and assistant principals in the LGBTQ+ community to share challenges and opportunities, and support each other personally and professionally.
Middle School Leaders Network
A network dedicated to middle level leaders, who often face challenges unique to preparing students for high school. And who, let’s face it, put up with A LOT…
NASSP Assistant Principals of the Year Alumni Network
A network for recognized past State Assistant Principals of the Year to engage with each other and with NASSP.
NASSP Principal of the Year Alumni Network
Connecting past State Principals of the Year and NASSP Digital Principals of the Year with meaningful opportunities to engage with each other and with NASSP.
New Principals Network
For principals seeking support and mentoring in their first three years of school leadership.
Rural School Leaders Network
Strengthening ties between school leaders in rural communities who often face isolation and lack opportunities for collaboration once they are handed the keys to the building.
School Leaders of Color Network
Meeting the unique needs of School Leaders of Color and providing a safe space for networking, while elevating the importance of diversity in education and in NASSP.
Women in School Leadership Network
For principals and assistant principals to share challenges and opportunities of the profession faced by women, and support each other personally and professionally.
Urban School Leaders Network
A network for principals and assistant principals working in urban settings.
Aspiring School Leaders Network
A network for educators thinking about or working towards the principalship or assistant principalship.