This study was designed to find out the modalities for improving P.T.A. Participation in the Administration of Secondary Schools. The study employed a survey research design and stratified random sampling was used to select the 472 respondents out of a population of 2126. Four research questions and two null hypotheses guided the study. The research instrument used for data collection was the questionnaire, the instrument consisted of twenty four (24) item questionnaire captioned P.T.A. Participation in the Administration of Secondary School. The analytical tools used for the research questions were mean and standard deviation while the null hypothesis were tested using the t-test statistics of difference between mean samples at an alpha level of 0.05. Based on the above findings, a number of recommendations were made which includes that; government should make policies regarding school community relationships and empowering PTA to make levies to help provide for the school, teachers and the PTA should see themselves as partners in the process of educating the children, and finally government should provide guidelines for the PTA.