W. B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences is located in the upper Roxborough section of Philadelphia on the rolling hills of the Wissahickon Valley bordering Fairmount Park. The multi-building complex is located on a 130-acre campus. On one side of Henry Avenue are Academic, Agricultural, Greenhouses, Physical Education/ Health, and Small Animal Laboratory buildings bordered by an arboretum and athletic fields. On the opposite side of Henry Avenue is the working farm which houses our poultry, dairy, swine, sheep, horses and our Meat Science program. These buildings are bordered by the school’s golf course, nursery, field crops and pasture area for the livestock.
We believe in the future of agriculture and in developing an appreciation of the agricultural sciences along with developing a responsibility for improving, preserving and managing the earth’s natural resources. We are committed to prepare students to become active and competent citizens who work and/or study within their chosen field of interest.
At W.B. Saul High School, our mission is to promote student leadership that makes a difference in our world. Through diverse, hands-on opportunities rooted in an urban setting, Saul students apply their knowledge and skills to address modern environmental and agricultural challenges. To enhance post-secondary and career success, Saul students drive the future by learning to do, doing to learn, and learning to serve.
Points of Pride
- Outstanding academic and vocational opportunities
- Multiple state champion career development event teams
- Numerous student leadership opportunities
- Diverse student population
- Graduates elected as Pennsylvania State FFA officers
- One of the largest FFA chapters in the country
- Multiple internship opportunities with community organizations such as Longwood Gardens and the Phillies
- Philadelphia Flower Show exhibits
- Student Run Philly Style
- Cadence Youth Cycling
- Award winning faculty
- Bucolic campus
- Safe environment
- In order to ensure access and meet the needs of all Saul students, elements of Saul’s CTE programs can be moved to other areas of the campus, as needed.