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Sage Creek Gets Nominated for a San Diego Architectural Foundation Orchid Award

Juliana Renert, Staff Reporter

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The 2018 Orchids and Onions awards is an educational fundraising program that is dedicated to the education and the promotion of outstanding. The online People’s Choice Vote gauges San Diegans’ about the state of their region. Sage Creek was nominated under Architecture in the Orchid category. It was revealed that SCHS, “fosters an intellectual understanding and experience of natural systems,” and “emphasizes a dynamic balance of human-made environment with nature,”(http://www.orchidsandonions.org). Other buildings that got nominated for Architecture, include the San Diego International Airport, Palomar Community College, Oceanside High School Performing Arts Center, the San Diego Zoo and more.

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Sage Creek’s diverse learning spaces were highlighted with “an intellectual understanding and experience of natural systems.” Bordering a nature preserve, the school is unique compared to most high schools.

 

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7 Responses to “Sage Creek Gets Nominated for a San Diego Architectural Foundation Orchid Award”

  1. Tom Midford on November 3rd, 2018 11:33 am

    Have to say, I’m not too surprised to hear this. After all, this is a very well-designed school.

  2. Tom Midford on November 3rd, 2018 11:35 am

    Honestly, I’m not too surprised by this, considering how well-designed and just plain aesthetically pleasing Sage Creek really is.

  3. Tom Midford on November 3rd, 2018 11:37 am

    It’s really amazing how well-designed this school is.

  4. Tom Midford on November 3rd, 2018 11:51 am

    This is a very well-designed and aesthetically pleasing school. The architects and builders did a good job here.

  5. Connor on November 7th, 2018 9:10 am

    Honestly, I mostly have to say, it”s really amazing how this specifically is a very well designed and aesthetically pleasing school in a subtle way. I’m not too surprised to really hear this because after all, Sage Creek basically is just very plain aesthetically pleasing, showing how i’m not too surprised to really hear this because after all, Sage Creek particularly is just sort of plain aesthetically pleasing, or so they for the most part thought. Honestly, which definitely shows that honestly, I essentially have to say, it’s really amazing how this is a very well designed and aesthetically kind of pleasing school, contrary to popular belief. Honestly.

  6. Zach Stansell on November 8th, 2018 2:21 pm

    Stair Creek

  7. Sebastian on November 14th, 2018 7:57 am

    Genuinely, I mostly have to admit, it’s really incredible how this categorically is a very well made and attractive place of learning in a sophisticated manner. I’m not too shocked to really read this because after all, Stair Creek basically is just very obviously sublime, illustrating how i’m not too astonished to really overhear this because after all, Stair Creek specifically is just sort of genuinely fetching, or so they for the most part thought. Indeed, which definitely showcases that truly, I naturally have to admit, it’s really crazy how this is a very well made and attractive school, contrary to popular belief. Naturally.

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