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

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

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Week(s) In Photos 5/3/21-5/14/21

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  • Signs warn visitors of the Tera Mar cliffs of the dangers of rapid cliff erosion, a problem that’s getting worse recently. The cliffs at Carlsbad are becoming more and more dangerous by the day, so keep safe out there bobcats!

  • Art History Club meets in person and explores their discussion question: “Is art improving or regressing?” While their meetings had been online for the majority of the school year, recently they’ve been able to connect together at school.

  • Orchestra student Josh White practices the Star Wars main theme on his violin in preparation for the Pops Concert. The Star Wars main theme is one of the pieces from a 6 movement Star Wars suite that will be performed on June 6.

  • Dance 2 and 3 transition between songs during their Jazz performance. The Dancers’ Masks, worn even while performing, definitively mark the show as part of 2020-2021.

  • The Alila Marea Beach Resort has recently opened to the public last month. The hotel was met with large criticism from Ponto Beach enjoyers before and during its construction.

  • Dance 2 and 3 open their Hip-Hop performance, part of the Dance program’s upcoming show “Elevate”. The show will be live-streamed at https://schsdance.weebly.com on May 21 at 7 p.m.

  • Carlsbad’s Strawberry Company is open for locals to come and pick their own fresh strawberries. To remain safe during this pandemic, the staff has asked participants to wear masks and keep a six-foot distance from others while picking.

  • At the Oceanside Harbor seals lay on the docks. For years, tourists have come to see the many seals that stay by these waters to rest in the sun.

  • Star Wars sheet music sits on a music stand awaiting its performer. Band, orchestra, and chamber orchestra have been working hard on the Star Wars main theme so they can perform it at their last concert of the year: the Pops Concert.

  • Two bikers glance at the Alila Marea beach resort as they make their way past. The location of the hotel, on a bluff bordering Carlsbad and Encinitas, has been criticized by locals of both cities for its visual impact on the nature around the beach.

  • JV girls soccer battles Vista High School in a game last Wednesday. The game ended with a tie of 0-0, leaving the JV girls undefeated.

  • Principal Schuveiller throwing the first pitch at the CIF qualification baseball game between Sage Creek and Torrey Pines. For the teen baseball players, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play at a professional baseball field, Petco Park.

  • Dance 2 and 3 step downstage during their Hip-Hop performance. These students have dedicated additional time outside of school to pursue their passions, even during a global pandemic.

  • Band and orchestra pose for a photo before diving into their music. It was the first time all year that the two classes were able to practice together as a full orchestra.

  • A man fishes while two women rest on a bench at San Diego Harbor. As San Diego opens up the harbor has become more lively with people biking, strolling, and fishing all over the place.

  • Three people sit on the grass at Harbor Island. Similar to Coronado island, Harbor island is also a man-made peninsula that is adjacent to San Diego International Airport.

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Christopher Kathman, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief
This is Chris' third year with The Sage, and has been promoted to Broadcast Editor-in-Chief after years of hard work. His love for the Oxford Comma cannot even beat his love for The Sage.
Nancie Huang-Ball, Opinion Editor
Nancie Huang-Ball is a senior in her third year with The Sage and is thrilled to be an editor this year. She especially enjoys writing feature articles but also loves being in front of the camera. In her free time, Nancie often practices classical music on the piano and draws realistic portraits.
Miles Huerta, Staff Reporter
This is senior Miles Huerta's first year reporting for The Sage. A musician by heart, he can be found engrossed in music theory, music production, and vocal performance. The Sage has allowed him to expand his horizons and enjoy more of what life has to offer.
Isabella Bernabeo, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor
Isabella Bernabeo is a senior at Sage Creek High School, returning for her third year with The Sage as the Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor. During her free time, Isabella enjoys playing soccer, listening to music, and writing.  
Leo Ambrogelly, Co-Broadcast Editor-in-Chief
Leo Ambrogelly is a senior at Sage Creek. He enjoys writing investigative pieces on topics he finds interesting. When he’s not writing or editing, he is tinkering with tech or reading.

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