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The Mississippi Association of Secondary School Principals and the National Association of Secondary School Principals are unified in membership. As a member of the MASSP, one is also a member of the NASSP and all the resources it affords. To learn more about all the resources available, visit NASSP.org.

Individual

Open to principals, assistant principals or administrators who are engaged in the practice or supervision of middle school and/or high school administration.

Owned by the individual.

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Institutional

Open to principals, assistant principals or administrators who are engaged in the practice or supervision of middle school and/or high school administration.

Owned by the school.

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Associate

Open to superintendents, district personnel, department heads, teachers, graduate students, professors and aspiring administrators.

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Retired

This membership is open to previous active members who have retired and no longer hold an administrative position and must be purchased upon time of retirement.

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About


As the visionary leader and engineer of all efforts which impact students in their building, the principal has a unique role. MASSP was created in the late 1960’s to further the growth and development of secondary school principals in Mississippi by providing them with resources and tools necessary to build leadership skills. For over 50 years, MASSP has assisted countless principals and assistant principals across the state to become better leaders in their respective schools and communities; and has been instrumental in providing information and guidance for educational enrichment and development.

Together, MASSP and NASSP provide a strong and dynamic voice for principals, promoting excellence in school leadership. While MASSP communicates directly with policy makers in Jackson, NASSP represents your interests to the U.S. Congress, the administration, and the national media. MASSP and NASSP also represent your interests on numerous state and national task forces.


Testimonials

From the Blog

Hello MASSP members and prospective members.

We hope all is going well with each one of you, and that you, your personal families, and work families are safe and healthy. To those of you who have lost loved ones or friends to this terrible virus, we extend our sincere sympathy, and to those who have been ill and recovered, we celebrate with you and say a prayer of thanks!

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More than 500+ Principals and Growing

MASSP is dedicated to providing information and leadership in such matters as administration and supervision.

By encouraging research and experimentation; by promoting high professional standards; by focusing attention on local, state, regional, and national education problems; and by joining with other professional organizations, agencies, and institutions of higher learning in the solution of educational problems