Sayville Public Schools
Educators, parents, and community members are committed to supporting the high quality of education offered to our children in this District. We are proud of the level of achievement by our students on New York State assessments, the outstanding musical performances, art and theatrical events, and our athletic teams’ accomplishments.
While parents have the opportunity to be actively involved with their children’s education through participation in the various membership organizations such as the PTA and Site-Based Teams, regular communication between home and school is also encouraged.
In addition to our District's artistic, musical, theatrical performances, and athletic competitions, the community is also welcomed to attend Site-Based Team meetings and Board of Education meetings to keep current with what’s going on in the schools.
Along with community input and guidance from the District's Administration, the Board of Education has successfully set goals, developed policy, and implemented programs that are preparing Sayville students for the global economy of the twenty-first century.
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If you wish to contact our District Office, please call 244-6510.
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Sayville Public Schools - The Foundation for Success
The Sayville community is dedicated to maintaining a unique approach to education. We provide a safe and nurturing environment that upholds the highest standards of academic excellence in an intellectually stimulating atmosphere.
Sayville Union Free School District is a small, suburban district located on the south shore of Long Island, midway between Manhattan and Montauk. Sayville Schools, which encompasses Sayville and West Sayville, graduated its first class in 1895. There are three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school.
Sayville Public Schools offer a variety of challenging coursework. Students enjoy a rigorous and comprehensive academic program with extensive opportunities to explore diverse electives. Many support services are available to meet the varying needs of its pupils. Award-winning humanities, science, arts, and music programs afford students opportunities to participate in a wide range of community and cultural activities. Sayville has been perceived as a leader in technology education and offers courses which lead to industry-recognized certifications. The district's outstanding athletic program is also recognized for the quality and sportsmanship of its athletes and for its championships in the athletic arena.
Sayville is a hamlet and census-designated place in Suffolk County, New York, United States. Located on the South Shore of Long Island in the Township of Islip, with a current (2020) population of 15,910 (2020)
The Sayville School District consists of one high school, one middle school, and three elementary schools. The high school is located in West Sayville on Brook Street. The middle school is located on Johnson Avenue. The elementary schools are on Sunrise Drive, Lincoln Avenue, and Cherry Avenue, named after their respective streets. Lincoln and Sunrise Elementary Schools are both located in Sayville. Cherry Avenue Elementary School is located in West Sayville. Parts of Sayville attend Connetquot School District.
The community borders the Great South Bay. Sayville is located at 40°44′47″N 73°4′52″W (40.746282, -73.081112). The hamlet is bordered by the bay to the south, Sunrise Highway to the north, Brown Creek to the east, and Greenes Creek to the west.According to the United States Census Bureau, Sayville CDP has a total area of 5.4 square miles (13.9 km2), of which 5.3 square miles (13.7 km2) is land and 0.077 square miles (0.2 km2) (1.21%) is water.