I went to Sayre Middle School. No we did not have all of the opportunities that other schools in other neighborhoods but at that that time the teachers really did their best with what they had.
Sayre William L Middle School is a public high school in Philadelphia. The principal of Sayre William L Middle School is Mrs Gayle Daniels. 626 students go to Sayre William L Middle School and identify mostly as Black, non-Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 100% of the 626 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Sayre William L Middle School is 14:1. Boys Latin of Philadelphia CS is one of the nearest high schools.
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I wouldn't recommend anyone to go to this school! It has nothing to do with behavior it's just the academics and the coursework is not rigorous. They are letting go of the good teachers and keeping the bad ones. They suspend people for wearing the wrong type of uniform(student being unaware of it) without letting them get a chance to go home and change. The staff makes the school something that it is not a well rounded school!
it is a wondeful school we just have to work on a lot of things together
i went to this school 06-07 my favorite teacher was miss dockett i miss that school so much sayre wasnt the best school but it was average i am thinking about going back for my senior year
I went to Sayre Jr. High in 1982-83. I was always an honor student before I attended. In one year I went from all a's and b's to all D's and E's maybe a few 5 or 6 C's. They passed me to the 8th grade. I changed schools and made all A's and B's. I don't live in Philly anymore but that is one school I will never reunite to or send my kids to.
My daughter is attending this school for summer program. I am deeply concerned about the violence and obscene language coming from the students. The school staff seems very encouraging and have a great deal of discipline to deal with.