The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

Madison Young

Madison Young, Editor-in-Chief

Madison Young is a senior and proud Editor-in-Chief of The Sage Publication. She is extremely excited about what this year has to offer for her both in and outside of being a part of the editing staff. Heavily involved on campus, you can find Madison anywhere and ask any questions you have regarding The Sage or various school events.

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Morales smiling ear to ear discusses his future plans in Panama. He is looking forward to the future career change with the conclusion of this school year while continuing to value all of the time and experiences he has had at Sage Creek.

Morales Announces His Departure From Sage Creek

“A Proud Principal” Cesar Morales Announces His Future Plans As a School Administrator Abroad
Madison Young and Kylie Valency
Dec 21, 2018
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This is the Snapchat Geofilter for this years Red Ribbon assembly on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Look out for it!

[Photo] Sneak Peek to Red Ribbon Week

Natalie Huestis, Staff Reporter
Oct 18, 2018
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Sage Creek students went Down to Cabo this past Friday at the Back to School Dance. Being the first dance of the year, ASB still has a lot in store for this school year in terms of events that the student population can take part in and enjoy.

9/4/18-9/7/18: Week in Photos

Madison Young, Editor-in-Chief
Sep 9, 2018
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The class of 2019 gathers at the peak of Calavera Mountain on the morning of Aug. 29, 2018. The senior class gathered that morning in the bottom parking lot of Sage Creek at 5:15 a.m. in order to successfully make it to the top of the mountain by the time the sun rose.

08/29/18-08/31/18: Week in Photos

Madison Young, Editor-in-Chief
Sep 2, 2018
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Every senior advisory class took their some of their last steps on the Sage Creek campus whilst departing during the annual senior walk off event. This event is in order to celebrate all of the individuals who are now graduating and moving on their next chapter in life.

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Every senior advisory class took their some of their last steps on the Sage Creek campus whilst departing during the annual senior walk off event. This event is in order to celebrate all of the individuals who are now graduating and moving on their next chapter in life.

[Photo] Senior Walk-Off 2018

Jun 14, 2018
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Every senior advisory class took their some of their last steps on the Sage Creek campus whilst departing during the annual senior walk off event. This event is in order to celebrate all of the individuals who are now graduating and moving on their next chapter in life.

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Juniors Olivia Mejia (left) and Tori Cudal (right) hold up a banner dedicated to the class of 2018 to show off as the seniors leave campus throughout the senior walk off.

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Nick Miyamoto leads the remainder of his advisory class towards the front gates of the school during their senior send off.

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Members of Mrs. Alberts advisory class take the lead as the first group of students to walk down the academic mall during the senior walk off of 2018.

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Kyle Stringfellow walks alongside his other peers in counselor, Ms. DiBenedetto’s advisory class.

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Students in Mrs. Andersson’s advisory class are applauded as they leave depart from the Sage Creek campus during the senior walk off.

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Juniors Summer Fitzgerald (left), Meghan Kim (center), and Kaelin Zablan (right) display a poster created by Zablan as a send off to the graduating class.

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Campus supervisor, Dan DeLeon stands by Sage Creek’s front entrance in order to say some of his final goodbyes to the class of 2018.

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Erin Paulin and Mia Bodnar stand left of Jacob Nipper and Darius Rhamanian while beginning their departure from the Sage Creek campus at the senior walk off.

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Señor Krámar’s advisory class begins their stride throughout the campus during the senior walk-off.

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Senior Christian Davis high fives a faculty member while departing Sage Creek towards the conclusion of the senior walk-off ceremony.

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Tina Stanley departing the stage after her performance of “7 Hours Ago” with close friend, Amanda Klein, on guitar.

Senior Legacy Night 2018

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Jun 12, 2018
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Cards are a simple and personalized present while candles are another reliable present. In order to make a candle increasingly desirable as a gift would be to personalize a candle holder of some sort for the special occasion.

A Gift Guide To Surviving Mother’s Day

Madison Young, Staff Writer
May 10, 2018
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The SCHS dance team practices in the dance room. Students who participate in the arts statistically perform better in school.

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Senior Emily Sim, stands proudly with her newly accumulated certificate, next to her parents and school staff. She was interviewed on her successes with her “Senior Prom” Genius project for NBC 7 News broadcasters.

Emily Sim Inspires NBC 7

Local News Station Surprises Sim in Class with the “Inspirational Student of the Month” Award
Madison Young, Staff Writer
May 4, 2018
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Dance team members practice a routine at one of their daily after school
practices. The team performs often at Sage Creek school assemblies and at half time
during sports games.

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Dance team members practice a routine at one of their daily after school
practices. The team performs often at Sage Creek school assemblies and at half time
during sports games.

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Dance team members practice a routine at one of their daily after school
practices. The team performs often at Sage Creek school assemblies and at half time
during sports games.

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Senior Alex Morel practices a routine with the rest of the dance team during one
of the team’s daily after school practices. Morel is one of the three captains of the team.

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Elizabeth Gerhardt holds the second place trophy for the CIF state cross country meet. Gerhardt came in 39th place within the 195 girls in her league. The Sage Creek girls cross country team took home this trophy after a successful season full of accomplishments.

From Vans To Racing Flats

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Jan 22, 2018
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Running Towards First Place

Running Towards First Place

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Jan 22, 2018
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Brooklynn Deal (junior) embraces teammate, Natalie Huestis (sophomore) once receiving her 1st place team medal after racing 19:45 at the San Diego CIF Cross Country Championships. After three long seasons of racing Cross Country, this accomplishment had overjoyed Deal with all of the hard work that she had devoted to the sport throughout her high school career.

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Dear Maddie

Dear Maddie

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Nov 1, 2017
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Madison Young , Fun Director for The Sage, funnest gal around

Dear Maddie

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Oct 10, 2017
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Mrs. Newsom Wuetrz’s puggles, Roxy.

Teachers with Pets

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Sep 29, 2017
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Sign to the counselor offices

Cutting Edge Counselors

Madison Young, Staff Writer
Sep 28, 2017
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