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

The Sage

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

The Sage


Students walk across the grassy lawn at lunch. According to sources, students will still be on campus on the week of April 10 due to spring break cancellations.

Spring Break is Canceled at Sage Creek

Helen Hao, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

CARLSBAD, CA, April 1 - Earlier today it was announced that Sage Creek High School will remain in session from April 10 to April 14, which means spring break is canceled. As of now, it seems that this...

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Sage Creek High School’s creek reaches record height. The school was named after the stream because of its location inside of our campus.

Sage Creek Promoted to Sage River

Sam Carroll, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

“This year will mark the year when our namesake rises above our campus, literally. To commemorate this joyous occasion, we will be dubbing our creek ‘Sage River’ on April 1st,” announced Giselle...

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The picture above shows the Bobcat’s football field where they have put in blood, sweat and tears. The Bobcat’s quick rise to the top has the Lancers shaking in their boots.

Sage Creek’s New Flag Football Team Could End “Purple Reign” in CIF Championship

Makena Coleman, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

“S-C-H-S B-O-B-C-A-T-S” is a cheer Bobcats never thought they would hear on a football field. But the rise of the Bobcat’s untraditional team has shocked everyone, including Sage Creek’s very own.  After...

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A student checks their temperature, only to discover they have been plagued by Senioritis. Senioritis has become more prevalent after the end of the second trimester.

Senioritis is the Next Pandemic

Levi Underwood, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

An outbreak of an old parasite is spreading faster than the flu. Its name: Senioritis. The world has seen an increase in cases, and it isn’t slowing down. Senioritis was first discovered in 1907 and...

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An image of a teacher scolding an awful student named Darby. Showing how some teachers dislike you for whatever reason they want. (Licensed under CC BY 2.0)

The Top 5 Reasons Why Your Teacher Dislikes You

Darby Hunt, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

Teachers are meant to guide us through our school years and give us the knowledge for our future, and once they grow older they will share that knowledge with their kids or the kids they teach. They’re...

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The English department pod is where betting and gambling took place using UNO cards. The room is now empty where the entirety of the department once sat and played.

SCHS UNO Gambling Exposed in English Department Pods

Georgia Scherrer, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

Sage Creek High School English teachers have been accused of running a gambling ring within their shared pods during 1st period. In order to ensure that no students would suspect their scheme, UNO cards...

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The graphic expresses the math and science department against each other. The departments have been feuding against each other for generations.

Prank Wars Between Science and Math Teachers Divide Academic Departments at Sage Creek

Kerris Arnett, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

  In recent weeks, the science and math departments have experienced a wide variety of resurfacing drama. Whether it be fighting over which department has better test scores or which subject is more...

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The prison where the students (and two teachers) are held is surrounded by man-eating sharks. This helps prevent line-cutting

Lunch Line Cutters to be Sentenced to Life Imprisonment in Alcatraz

Jacob Dougherty, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

A new collaboration between the California Department of Education and the National Parks Service Student Control Division has led to the unveiling of the STITA (Send the Insolents to Alcatraz) Program...

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While some people adore lucious and vibrant green lawns, Californians enjoy the more dry and droughtful look Carlsbad has to offer. Carlsbad now ranks number one in the best deserts in the world, surpassing the Sahara Desert and Death Valley.

Three Weeks of Rain Ends California’s Worsening Drought of 23 Years

Leah Ertel, Entertainment Editor Apr 1, 2023

California, the beautiful Golden State known for its beaches and envious weather all year round, is also known for being one of the driest states, having been in a drought for over 23 years. As a state...

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Students head to their cars while Mason the chimpanzee consumes a banana in the middle of the street. Mason is an enforcer of Sage Creeks new traffic improvement plan.

Sage Creek Toughens Lower Parking Lot Policy with Banana Peels and Contradictory Traffic Signs

Nadia Razzaq, Web Editor-in-Chief Apr 1, 2023

The lower parking lot at Sage Creek High School was once home to students driving in late, nearing the eighth hour and twenty-fifth minute of every morning. Recently, new measures have been put in place...

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Sage Creeks field and track has become an outdoor classroom due to lack of use. However, a students usage to is still more than present.

All Sage Creek Sports Teams to be Shut Down Due to Students’ Grade Average Decrease

Lola Carson, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

All sports at Sage Creek are being shut down to ensure students are focusing on school. A recent study that was conducted shows a decrease in student-athlete grades. All students are receiving Ds and...

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Shortly after the name change, the signs that line the athletic mall are to be taken down and replaced. A whole team will be changing the signs from “SC” to “SG.”

Sage Creek to Officially Change its Name to Sage Geek After Confusion in Community

Skylar Roy, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

From the development of Sage Creek High School ten years ago, the school’s lack of a football team, stellar grades and impetus of educational outlets in place of social events gave SCHS its famous nickname:...

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