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Team tents line Sage Creek’s Athletic Mall. Competitions are great opportunities to meet other teams and learn from each other.

Sage Creek Robotics Hosts Competition on Campus

Helen Hao, Managing Editor Feb 2, 2024

On Saturday, Jan. 13 and Sunday, Jan. 14, Sage Creek High School hosted its first robotics competition of the season. Over 30 teams from all over San Diego brought their bots to compete in the Sage Creek...

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Walking around the market, people buy hats, clothes, home decor and more. The showcase had fun music and Santa in addition to bringing holiday cheer. Photo by Crystal Slabicki

A Holiday Showcase Comes to The Village

Crystal Slabicki, Staff Reporter Dec 18, 2023

On Dec. 2 at St. Michael’s Church, customers flocked to the village to see the 7th Annual Holiday Showcase, also known as the Carlsbad Village Makers Market. The showcase was an ongoing event from 9...

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What Makes a Teacher Great and Which Classes if Added to the Course Catalog Would Resonate

What Makes a Teacher Great and Which Classes if Added to the Course Catalog Would Resonate

Spoiler Alert: Student survey ranking results and teacher interviews inside
Hadley Golden, Staff Reporter Oct 11, 2023

Teachers can break or make a student’s life. We’ve all had those that broke our spirit and might have landed us on a therapist’s couch. Maybe in the rearview mirror, that hurt helped us in immeasurable...

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Attendees could enter Oktoberfest at its main entrance. The festival was open from 12-8 p.m.

Carlsbad Rotary Clubs Hosts 41st Annual Oktoberfest

Helen Hao, Managing Editor Oct 9, 2023

This past Saturday, Oct. 7, Carlsbad held its 41st annual Oktoberfest Fall Festival at the Carlsbad Strawberry Company. Hundreds if not thousands attended the festival, wearing traditional German...

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The varsity team poses for a group photo. The team took the win against their opposing team prior to taking the photo.

Girls Field Hockey Builds Teamwork and Communication in 2022 Season

Marisa Cepek, Staff Reporter Dec 23, 2022

The girls varsity field hockey team has had some ups and downs this past season but made a comeback. According to MaxPreps, Varsity is ranked 11 out of 18 schools in D2.  They’ve persevered and finished...

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Why you Should Attend a Coeducational College

Isabella Bernabeo, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief Dec 13, 2022

Ancient Greek philosopher Plato once said that “co-education creates a feeling of companionship.” Plato supported the teaching of both males and females in the same establishment to rid the education...

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The Wellesley College Founders Hall displays the university’s unique and historical architecture. Wellesley is located in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and is known for alumnae like former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Single-Sex Colleges are Home to an Empowered and Innovative Student Body

Nadia Razzaq, Web Editor-in-Chief Dec 13, 2022

With approximately 33 strictly for women and three strictly for men remaining in the U.S., single-sex colleges have become a dying art that are wrongly cast off as obsolete. The controversy surrounding...

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Election Day is Nov. 8

Nov 4, 2022

The opinions expressed here are that of each candidate, and The Sage does not endorse any particular candidate. It's critical to do research before casting a vote for any elected official to choose the...

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Kathy Rallings (left) and Scott Davison (right) pose for a photo. Both candidates are running for board trustee in Area 1.

Area Five: Kathy Rallings and Scott Davison

Nov 4, 2022

In Area Five, incumbent Kathy Rallings has been a member of the school board for the past eight years, and is seeking reelection this year. "My hope is to continue the progress we have made through...

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Jen Fornal (left) and Gretchen Vurbeff (right) pose for a photo. Both candidates are running for board trustee in Area Four.

Area Four: Jen Fornal and Gretchen Vurbeff

Nov 4, 2022

In Area Four, Jen Fornal and Gretchen Vurbeff are vying for a position to represent the region. "I am running for school board to serve Carlsbad students and families with the knowledge, skills, and...

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Michele Ward (left) and Sharon McKeeman (right) pose for a photo. Both candidates are running for board trustee in Area 1.

Area One: Michele Ward and Sharon McKeeman

Nov 4, 2022

The two candidates running in Area One are Michele Ward and Sharon McKeeman. Ward's decision to run for school board was ultimately driven by her love of learning, which was sparked by her experience in...

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