Sayre Admission Office
We want to connect with your family in the way you prefer:
• Call or Text 859-488-2TLK
• sayre.admissions on Gmail
• sayre.admissions on Skype
Thanks very much for your interest in admission to Sayre. Our goal is to engage with your family throughout the admission process in a personalized, responsive way that is customized to what matters most to you. Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions a family can make, so we will do everything we can to make the Sayre admission process a great experience for you.
The best way to get started is to connect with our office and schedule a time to visit the Sayre campus in person. Being here in person is the best way to experience The Sayre Difference. The palpable energy around our downtown location, the enthusiasm for learning that pours out of the classrooms, the friendly and welcoming nature of our teachers and students, and the many opportunities our students have to succeed and achieve. When you are here in person, you'll know if this is the right place for your child and your family. Mrs. Prewitt and I look forward to helping you.
- Mr. Oldham
A little about how I got here:
My family and I moved to Lexington from the Chicago area in June 2012. We have a daughter enrolled here, and we had twin boys born in June. Between a big move, a new house, a new job, a new school, and new babies it has been quite a year for the Oldham family! Prior to coming to Sayre, I worked for seven years as the director of admissions and marketing at an independent school in the western Chicago suburbs.
Helping families in admissions has been a natural fit for me. I grew up in Dallas, TX and attended one independent school all the way from first grade through high school, so my own experience is similar to the opportunities students enjoy at Sayre. I know how much those twelve years in a challenging and nurturing environment meant to my success in college and beyond, so it is a tremendous professional and personal joy to help families start their children down a similar path. As a parent myself who has chosen an independent school education for my daughter, I have an even greater appreciation for the sacrifices and investment families make in providing their children with the best possible education.
- Mr. Oldham
After retiring as Judicial Administrative Assistant for Clark and Madison Counties, Terri joined the admission team at Sayre. She is in her fourth year as Admission Administrative Assistant. Terri has two boys, W.K. '11, Centre College, and Allen '13 in the Upper School, and her husband, Buck '74, is the president of the Alumni Council.
Sayre School is an independent co-educational college preparatory day school serving students from preschool through twelfth grade. Sayre admits students without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, or gender. It does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid programs, athletic programs, and other school-administered programs.