What is SYATP?

For over 25 years, See You at the Pole events have united students around the world to gather at school flagpoles and pray for their schools and communities. Whether you attend private, public, or home school, you are invited to attend, so please encourage others to join with students all over the world. Together, we will give thanks for hope in Christ, seek His grace and truth for our schools, and ask for the Spirit to work in and through us.

Wednesday, September 26, at 7:00 a.m. local time.
Meet at your school’s flagpole or wherever you can gather to pray.

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Share your stories!

This year's SYATP event is a collaboration with Claim Your Campus, an organization also dedicated to promoting student prayer. Inspire our global community together by sharing your school’s participation numbers, stories, or photos below.





Other schools' stories

TORREY PINES HIGH
The strength to wake up early and to worship in the public
Brandon Best
Canyon Middle School - New Braunfels
Canyon Middle School FCA with Oakwood Church for SYATP
Eric Wiesing
DeRuyter Central School
At one of the smallest districts in NY, we continue to see God move year after year.
Jeremy Deimund
HUBBARD MIDDLE
Awesome! Awesome! To see our kids praise the Lord!
Neil Armstrong
SAINT JOHN HIGH SCHOOL
This was our 1st year at this High School. Great start!
Dorothy Ortale
Pompoeraug High School
Members of the Pomperaug Christian Youth Club gathered around the flagpole at Pomperaug High School on Wednesday September 27th at 7:00 a.m. for the annual See You at the Pole (SYATP) to pray for their school, the students, teachers, families, churches, the government, and our nation! #pomp_christian_youth_club.
Riley Anderson
PALESTINE-WHEATLEY SENIOR HIGH
God is moving in and through the students at PWHS!
Brigette Baudhuin
Christian Education Leadership Academy
CELA's 2018 SYATP gathering, led by four 8th grade students, where a representative from each of our 10 grade levels shared a prayer and a Bible verse to the crowd gathered. What a meaningful, impactful event!
Glenda Niehaus
JEROME MIDDLE SCHOOL
Great!
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