Gabe, Jack, Sebastian, Bella and Cierra


  • Genres: Pop, Blues, R & B, Old Rock, Indy Pop, Rap
  • BOOGIE— Brockhampton
  • God’s Plan— Drake
  • Lost in Japan— Shawn Mendes
  • Shape of You— Ed Sheeran
  • Sorry Not Sorry— Demi Lovato
  • SICKO MODE— Travis Scott
  • God is a Woman— Ariana Grande


  • Sixteen Candles
  • A Star is Born
  • La La Land
  • Cinema Paradiso
  • Black Panther
  • Avengers
  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Deadpool
  • Crazy Rich Asians
  • Roma
  • The Greatest Showman
  • Downsizing
  • Insidious: The Last Key
  • Bird Box
  • A Quiet Place
  • It
  • I Feel Pretty
  • The Kissing Booth
  • Incredibles 2


  • You’re doing amazing sweetie
  • Slay
  • Yeet
  • No cap
  • Okurr
  • Tea
  • Shook
  • Lit
  • Turnt
  • Yaaaaaaaaaas, queen
  • Low key
  • Extra
  • Bye Felicia
  • Mood
  • Salty
  • Stan
  • Basic
  • Woke
  • On fleek
  • Dank
  • Savage
  • Snatched
  • Goals
  • GOAT
  • Swol
  • Gucci
  • SMH


  • Ripped jeans
  • Horizontal stripes
  • Mom jeans
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Flared pants
  • Scrunchies
  • Oversized jackets

Gabe Teymourian (senior):I like to not wear what everyone else wears.”


  • Social media is a common form of communication: Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, Tumblr
  • Texting is a lot quicker and more efficient
  • People rarely call landline numbers anymore, and many teens prefer to text rather than call on the phone
  • Plans are usually made in person, over text, over social media or occasionally over the phone
  • School work is often done on the computer, and classes are very tech-oriented with Chromebooks and iPads for students to utilize

Hang Out:

  • In N Out
  • Turnarounds
  • Carlsbad Village
  • Beach
  • Shopping at The Forum
  • Chick-Fil-A
  • Costco
  • Basketball Courts
  • Board & Brew
  • Movies (At the theater, on Netflix, etc.)
  • Playing video games or watching Youtube videos

Sebastian Valencia (senior):

“I listen to a grand variety of music.”

“We’re pretty inclusive, everyone’s pretty friendly. There’s no real cliques at Sage.”

“Kids back then were more interpersonal, they would talk to each other. There’s less of that, with kids on their phones during lunch, and just less communication.”

“Without technology, I don’t think I would have a problem with talking to my friends outside of class.”

Jack Baldner (senior):

“Social media has allowed me to make a lot more friends and learn more about people. Making plans is a lot easier, and having a social life is easier because you can just communicate with people from home.”

“I think that some of the negatives of social media are just that how you portray yourself is fake sometimes, and people get sad about how many likes they get when it’s just a number. It shouldn’t determine who you are.”

Cierra Healy (junior):

“I love listening to oldies while driving the coast with my friends.”

Bella Eiler (senior):

“I think that the fashion from the 70s has come back around.”

“We use technology in every single class.”

“Social media has definitely broadened the number of people I can connect to.”

“With people that you don’t know, you tend to only have that quick snapshot that they posted to judge them by or even if you don’t mean to make a judgment, it just happens anyway.”

Gabe Teymourian (senior):

“I would not know all of the people I know today without technology.”

“People are more confident behind their screens.”

“You are able to meet a new friend through social media.”

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