Are you ready to #LogOnPHL? Visit our Back-to-School Resource Hub!

Looking for help? Find School and Central Office information for families HERE!

New Student Registration for all grades K-12 is OPEN! Learn more.

Important changes:
Chromebook Parent & Family Tech Support Centers: Location changes (440 is closing, South Philly High is opening) and expanded hours HERE.
Grab-and-Go Meals: Pickup day and times have changed to Fridays, 9am to 2pm, and locations have been added. Visit HERE.

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Excellence is the Expectation

 

Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year!

Click HERE to view our 2020-2021 Sayre Welcome Letter.


Sayre Sabers!! The Netter Center After School Programs starts 9/21/2020!

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.

screenshot of student portal

Need additional help and need to speak to school staff? Please email: sayre@philasd.org


Need a Chromebook? Is your Chromebook broken?

Starting the week of August 17, three 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.

  • Education Center, Philadelphia School District
    440 N. Broad Street, 1st Floor Lobby, Philadelphia, PA 19130
  • 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 (FamilyTechSupport@philasd.org) 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.