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If you would like a First Priority representative to speak to your church’s youth group, please email us: 



Students, interested in starting a group?


In order to start a First Priority group on your middle or high school’s campus, you will need to:

  1. Pray for God’s will
  2. Talk to other Christians friends about helping you
  3. Find a teacher who is willing to host the meetings
  4. Contact us for more information

If you would like more information on how to start a group, please contact us:

How to be an effective student leader:

How To be an Effective Student Leader




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When you shop on AmazonSmile, please remember to register First Priority of Tampa Bay as your charity. A percentage of your purchase will be donated to us. Thank you!

Thank you, Spirit FM, for supporting our ministry!

We would like to thank Spirit FM 90.5 for providing radio spots promoting our ministry. Jamie Derzypolski, our very own ministry board member and drive time radio host at Spirit FM, is hosting the spots!

Tune into Spirit FM all day, every day to listen, and please help us out by sharing on social media if you happen to hear our spot.


Parent Involvement Award

Parent Involvement Award

In May of 2013, Amber Johansen was chosen parent volunteer of the year for Hillsborough County Schools. Nominated by Madison Middle School, the award was given for her service as a school leader, volunteer and mentor. This is the second time Amber has been nominated by Madison Middle School for a district award.

Parents Have Biggest Impact on Student Success

Parents Have Biggest Impact on Student Success

Research has long pointed to socioeconomic indicators as reasons for or against student achievement. Recently, however, researchers have begun to argue that there is a bigger factor to consider: the student’s home environment. More important than income, is the need for parent support. The greater the parent support, the greater the student success; no matter the income of the family. Read more →