Frequently asked questions:

 What is the PTSA?

PTSA is an organization made up of parents, teachers, and students around the state who have a special interest in children, families, and schools. By joining the PTA, a member automatically becomes part of the child-advocacy organization in the state.

 If I join the PTSA do I need to attend the FLHS PTSA meetings?

No. Our members are welcome to attend the meetings as able.  Even if you never come to a meeting, by joining our PTSA, you provide us with financial support to carry out our mission to support the students and teachers at FLHS.

Why are we a PTSA vs. a PTA?
 
               PTSA stands for: Parent, Teacher, STUDENT Association.                 
               We encourage the participation of students within the PTSA organization.
 

 If I join the PTSA do I need to volunteer?

No. PTA dues cover our membership dues to the Florida PTA. Being a member of our PTSA helps support our school. PTSA Members can volunteer as little, or as much, as they can!

 If I joined the PTSA last year is my membership valid for this year?

No, each membership is only valid for one year.

 Can my spouse/significant other and I join under one name/email address?

The membership is per person.