The 2021 District-Wide Survey closes in one week, on Friday, May 14th!
This is your once-a-year opportunity to help inform our work to improve our schools and our services to students and families. If you haven’t yet participated, click HERE.

Hybrid Learning Plan, Phase III Rollout Update HERE. Phase III Schools HERE.
View school Air Balance Reports HERE. P-EBT Card update HERE.

Deadline for registration for most Summer 2021 Academic Programming is May 15. Learn more HERE.

COVID-19 Dashboard provides the latest information on confirmed positive cases in our schools. View HERE.

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Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year!

Starting May 10th, we will be following our NEW Hybrid Learning schedule. Please see schedules below!

For more information regarding the Phase III Hybrid Learning, please click HERE

All students entering in grades 9-12 have an opportunity to participate in summer programming.

For students entering grades 9 and 10 (current 8th and 9th grade students), programming includes:

  • Foundational ELA and math skills necessary for the next grade
  • Career Awareness
  • Financial Literacy
  • Fitness
  • Transition support
  • Social emotional learning

For students entering grades 10 -12, summer options include:

  • Entrepreneurship focused programming (StartUP EDU)
  • University of Pennsylvania Rising Senior Summer Academy (PennRSSA)
  • Paid Internship and Work Experiences
  • Core course credit attainment through Credit Recovery
  • Quarter 5 Grade Improvement (Q5)

For more information visit:

Click HERE to register for the high school summer program offerings! The final deadline for registration is 5/15/2021.

Term 4 Interim Reports

Term 4 Interim Reports will be uploaded on the Parent and Student Portals starting May 10th!

Steppers to View Interim Reports

Viewing  in Campus Parent Stepper Here

Video for Accessing Backpack in the Student Portal Here

Viewing  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

Congratulations to Our Term 3 Honor Roll Students

We need your feedback! Survey Closes May 14th!

What you say helps us improve and support our school!

The survey is designed to find out what you think about our school. The District-wide Parent & Guardian Survey is open to parents and guardians of students in Philadelphia public and Charter schools. You will need your child’s Student ID number to complete this survey. If you need your child’s ID number please contact us.

Click HERE to complete the 2021 Parent Survey

Check Out the Sayre High School Virtual Student Art Show! Click HERE to view the virtual show created by our Sayre Sabers.

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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.