SAIL High School

A School for Arts and Innovative Learning


  • Welcome to SAIL’s website! The purpose of this website is to provide an easy and convenient way for parents, students, staff, and community partners to access the latest school information, news, and events. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions, concerns, or ideas. We are looking forward to an awesome 18-19 school year! Thanks for visiting our website.

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Important Information

  • Office Hours

    • Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
    • Morning Supervision from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.
    • Afternoon Supervision from 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
    • Office Phone# 850-488-2468

    Attendance Message Line

    • Attendance message line is 850-617-5929  (available 24 hours, 7 days a week)
    • Please call within 24 hours to excuse an absence and explain why the student is absent.


    • Make sure to sign up for our email newsletters. Join our Listserv here


    • Become active in the Parent Student Teacher Organization. For more information click here.

    Contact Information

    • More contacts can be found here

Mission and Goals

  •  SAIL High School Mission and Goals Statement

    Our Mission is to provide an educational choice for high school students in Leon County. By way of an innovative, high-quality, respectful and caring environment, SAIL seeks to provide a diverse student population with the foundation necessary to become responsible citizens in a global community.

    Community of Respect—Continue our safe, caring and respectful school climate.

    Literacy—Increase our knowledge and critical thinking skills by reading and writing in every discipline.

    Health/Fitness-Students and staff will move more, eat healthy foods and get more mentally and physically fit.

    College and Career Readiness- All SAIL graduates will be academically ready and eligible to pursue their postsecondary goals.

    Community Outreach—SAIL will communicate who we are to other schools and to the community through our actions and deeds. Students will create opportunities to serve others in the community.

    The Arts—Students will be exposed to the arts and find their “inner artist”. They will become actively involved in the arts through school-wide activities and community outreach.

    Going Greener – SAIL will recycle, reuse, and reduce to shrink our carbon footprint. We will also garden, compost and become more energy efficient.

    STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math – Sail will offer coursework, support, and educational options which will encompass the tenets of the sciences.

    Cultural Diversity – The SAIL community will promote an atmosphere of cultural acceptance and awareness.


     Respect is the guiding principle of our school. We expect everyone to adhere to the following guidelines:

    • Respect your fellow humans. No bullying, put-downs, gossip or abusive/ insulting language or harassment, including on Social Media. This includes all forms of sexual, racial, national origin, disability or other forms of discrimination or harassment.
    • Be true to yourself and others. No lying, forgery, cheating, or plagiarism.
    • Respect everyone’s right to learn, work, and teach. No disrupting classes. No sleeping in class.
    • Let’s keep our campus beautiful. No littering, graffiti, or destruction of property. No food or drinks in class.
    • Be aware of your classmates with food allergies.
    • Come to school. No skipping or being late to class.
    • Expand your vocabulary. Eschew vulgar language.
    • Learn to resolve differences creatively. No fighting or weapons.
    • Give your body a chance. No smoking, alcohol, or drugs.
    • Respect yourself, peers, staff, teachers, and neighborhood




    • Congrats to Nancy!  SAIL received a $10,000 grant for our Project-Overcoming Social Problems though Literacy and Experiential Learning!!!
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  • planner

    CONGRATULATIONS to Riley Davis! 


    Her artwork was selected to be the covers for our Student Planner this school year.

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School Updates & News

  • longtable

    Over 250 high school students grades 9-12 from all Leon County high schools will share a meal and have a conversation at The Longest Table 2018. The event takes place Sunday, September 23, from 6:30-8:00 pm at Leon High School.


    A few spots for students to attend remain. Sign up is available at

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  • mathcamp

    Saturday Math Camp (10:00 – 1:00p.m./Comp Lab 2)


    Next Date: September 29, 2018

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  • care

    CARE provides preparation, orientation, and academic support programming for students who are among the first in their family to attend college and may face unique challenges in college because of educational or economic circumstances. More information about the program can be found here.


    CARE will be hosting an Open House tomorrow, September 11th and Monday,  September 24th for high school students at the Thagard Building, 109 Collegiate Loop, Tallahassee, FL, 32306


    During the Open House, we will have representatives from the Office of Admissions and the Office of Financial Aid available to answer questions and to assist with the FAFSA. Click here for more information

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  • morning Morning Tutoring will be offered for students who get off the bus in the morning in the Media Center at 7:30 a.m. sponsored by NHS.
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  • after After school tutorial/Homework Center is Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in the Media Center. Students can receive assistance with homework from all subjects, especially math. We will also provide assistance with organization, special projects or papers, job applications and college prep.  Snacks will be provide
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  • leonworks

    Leon County Government is now accepting student applications for the Spring 2019 Leon Works Junior Apprentice Program!

    For students interested in high-demand, high-wage careers that don't require to a four-year degree, this program is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on work experience in addition to earning an hourly salary and elective credit.

    Students can apply by visiting 

    Spring Deadline is October 19 

    (Look - one of our students is on the poster!!!)

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Around the District


    When we asked the Tallahassee Police Department and Leon County Sheriff Office for help, their response was amazing. We appreciate each officer who works every day to keep our students and schools LCS SAFE.

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  • Constitution Day - Video Quiz

    Monday September 17th is Constitution Day. Click on the picture to the left and take our Constitution Day Video Quiz.

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  • LCS Remember 9/11 (Teacher Video)

    Chiles High School teacher Mattie Fisher delivers an inspirational message for Patriot Day.

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