FVA grew so rapidly that even before World War II the state festivals had become unwieldy. After the first postwar festival, it became necessary to divide the state into districts.
Inasmuch as Florida schools are operated on a county system basis, FVA districts are similarly set up into groupings of counties. Geography and the number of choruses are determining factors in forming districts as outlined in the Constitution.
The affairs of each district are conducted in accordance with FVA policies by officers elected by the district membership. Each district chairman is a member of the FVA Executive Board.
The purposes of district organization are to promote vocal activities and closer relationships between schools within smaller geographical areas which make such contacts possible. District meetings are held each year to plan activities, conduct other business and create a forum from which individuals in the district may address their concerns and relay them to the Executive Board with a unified voice.
The state is divided into districts by counties as indicated below. District chairmen are listed on the contact page.