For up-to-date information on the District’s plans for a phased return to hybrid learning, including ventilation efforts, visit HERE.
Reminder: The first day for hybrid learning has shifted by 1 week to March 1. Learn more HERE.
On February 25, the Board will hold an Action meeting at 5 p.m. Find materials here. Register to speak HERE (students can register HERE).

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Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year!


Update: New Synchronous and Asynchronous Schedule Starting February 8, 2021!

Term 2 Report Card Information

Missed our Term 2 Report Card Conferences? Want to see your scholar’s Term 2 Report Card?

This year, Report Cards will be uploaded in the Parent and Family Portal. Report Cards will NOT be mailed home.

Term 2 Report Cards will be available to be viewed on February 4th.

Steppers to View Interim Reports

Viewing Report Cards in Campus Parent Stepper Here

Video for Accessing Backpack in the Student Portal Here

Viewing Report Cards in the Student Portal Stepper Here

Don’t have a parent portal account, but want to sign-up for one? See steppers and videos Here


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The School District of Philadelphia for Find Your Future: 3-Day Virtual Career Conference!

Calling all students grades 7-12! Join The School District of Philadelphia for Find Your Future: 3-Day Virtual Career Conference! Each week we will address topics on the power skills needed to be career ready! Meet professionals, learn about careers, finances and much more! All attendees will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a JBL Flip 5!

To Register, Visit:


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Food Distribution Near You

  • Grab-N-Go Meals are available throughout the city EVERY FRIDAY 9am-2pm.* (*Thanksgiving distribution is Wed 11/25 and Christmas distribution is Wed 12/23)

  • Share Holiday Meal Package $40

  • Food Distribution sites –

  • Philabundance –

  • Each box contains seven breakfasts and seven lunches. Check out sample boxes on our website:

  • We now offer six pieces of fresh fruit each week.

  • December 18th distribution, we will start to offer a five-day supper meal box of fresh sandwiches.

  • January 8, 2021 we will open an additional 41 locations for a total of 104 distribution locations across the city.

  • Wednesday12/23 will be the last distribution of the calendar year. No distribution will occur on Friday, December 25th, or January 1st.

Sayre Sabers!! The Netter Center After School Programs starts 9/21/2020! Click HERE to see the schedule.

Please sign up HERE!!

Need Help?

Need help logging on to the Student Portal? Don’t know how to get to your Google Classrooms? Checkout the stepper found HERE. If you need to speak to school staff, please visit our Command Center from 8-10:30am HERE.

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Need additional help and need to speak to school staff? Please email:

Need a Chromebook? Is your Chromebook broken?

Technology Support Centers will be open 5 days/week, Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for families to obtain new Chromebooks, or get help with theirs.

  • South Philadelphia High School, 2101 South Broad Street
  • Fitzpatrick Annex Building, (rear of Fitzpatrick Elementary School) 4101 Chalfont Drive, Philadelphia PA 19154
  • Martin Luther King High School, 6100 Stenton Avenue; Philadelphia, PA 19138

We also now offer a dedicated telephone support line (215-400-4444) and email ( exclusively for parents and students to help you get your District-issued devices up and running, and to address more basic technical issues with broken or malfunctioning computers.

Welcome to Sayre High School!

Our Vision

William L. Sayre High School provides a safe, nurturing, and supportive learning community, which allows all students to explore their passions and academic interests in order to obtain the skills and knowledge to become lifelong learners and find personal fulfillment and positively impact their communities and the world.

Our Mission

Fueled by the core values of faith, family, integrity/honesty, perseverance, and respect, William L. Sayre High School is committed to preparing all students to become lifelong learners, active citizens and key members of a 21st century, global economy. Through a standards-based curriculum and active partnerships with the community, Sayre will provide a platform to ensure that all students develop the necessary skills to successfully advocate for themselves in order to be successful in their academic and life choices after graduation.