The BCPVPA represents its members by working in a respectful, consistent and determined way, in co-operation with our education partners, to influence government education policies.
We engage our members in the development of our positions and the advice we give. We communicate effectively with members. We tell our stories to describe the critical nature of our roles and the challenges we face. We share these stories with the government, partner groups, community leaders and the media. We involve principals and vice-principals in the development of public education policy, and advocate both for our members and for public education.
If you’re a principal or vice-principal in British Columbia, we invite you to join us! Meet our current BCPVPA Board of Directors.
The BCPVPA strives to provide helpful and timely information, guidance and support to BCPVPA members. Information or guidance provided by an employee of the BCPVPA to a member is based on the experience and training of the employee, both as an educational leader and in his or her role providing support to members. The support provided reflects the views and best professional judgment of the individual employee of the BCPVPA, and is not legal advice. If and when legal advice appears to be required or appropriate in order to assist a member, the BCPVPA may in its sole discretion engage its legal counsel.