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

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

The Sage

Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans” cover Monet’s “Les Meules,” leaving Munch’s “The Scream” in shock. The photoshopped piece comments on the current state of climate protests.

Climate Protesters are Taking it All Out on Art

First, it was Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” with tomato soup. Next, it was Monet’s “Les Meules” with mashed potatoes. Then, a Madame Tussauds figure of King Charles III took the cake, quite literally.
Nadia Razzaq, Web Editor-in-Chief Oct 24, 2022

It’s rebellious, it’s striking and, most notable of all, it’s created one runny mess.  On Oct. 23, two climate change protesters from the organization Zetzte “Last” Generation launched a...

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An AI Art Generator produces this image from the phrase Sage Creek High School. This new form of generation is controversial in the art scene.

Artificial Intelligence Art is on the Rise

Isabella Bernabeo, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief Oct 6, 2022

According to Merriam-Webster, art is “the conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects”. Traditionally, art is viewed as the product that is produced...

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Dynamic artist duo King Cre8 (left) and Bryan Snyder (right) pose before getting to work on the collaborative Carlsbad Art Wall project. The art wall features 17 artists of varying backgrounds, including muralists like Snyder and Cre8, to highlight the importance of artistic diversity.

The Alley Art Wall Attracts Creative Diversity to Carlsbad

Jacob Fletcher, Staff Reporter Nov 15, 2021

Carlsbad has not always been known for its diversity, but in recent years, varying cultures have found homes in the Village by the sea. Artistically, this culture cannot go unnoticed as diverse ideas and...

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A Student works on composing a page of the Sage Creek yearbook while peers gather interviews and photos for the class around campus. In Publication Journalism, students work towards producing the end-of-the-year purchasable yearbook. They gather images and student quotes before composing every page with a theme in mind.

Elective Guide

Jacob Fletcher, Staff Writer Sep 23, 2021

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Sunlight beams through the trees onto the fairy house at Agua Hedionda Lagoon’s Fairyland. Children and families can be spotted often enjoying the magical display.

Carlsbad Village Fairies Enchant People of All Ages

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor Sep 20, 2021

The arrival of Carlsbad Village Fairies has locals and visitors serendipitously spotting fairy doors, leaving some to wonder where the doors have come from and why they’re there. Fitting precisely into...

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Three tiles by students Paige Whateley (left), Tiffany Leyva (middle), and Angelina Parra (right) in different stages of the tile glazing process. As the 20/21 school year in the midst of a pandemic comes to a close, Sage Creek’s art department invites all students to make a tile of a virus and use it as a way to capture the emotions of the pandemic experience.

Turning Something Deadly Into A Beautiful Work Of Art

Sage Creek Art Department Invites All Students to Contribute to a Virus Tile Mural
Tiffany Leyva, Staff Reporter Apr 14, 2021

Throughout history, art has been used as a reactionary medium to what is going on in the world. This phenomenon is no different from the virus tile project here at Sage Creek. Students from 3D Design,...

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Art teacher Cathryn Burroughs shows her crowded home setup that is used for class Google Meets. With many students and activities planned for them, some educators must balance their workload while overseeing their students from home.

How Teachers are Keeping Students Engaged Through the Screen

Jacob Fletcher, Staff Reporter Nov 5, 2020

Teaching is resource-intensive; it takes time, equipment, and for students and teachers alike, patience. Recently, both teaching and learning have been significantly changed due to online-learning which...

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Students have transformed recycled water bottles into the coral instillation outside the 2000s building. They are already decorating for Festival of the Arts.

Festival of the Arts

Emma Paul, Reporter Mar 3, 2020

April 24 is the day the visual and performing arts (VAPA) department has been prepping for since last summer. Starting at 4 p.m. the academic mall will be beautifully transformed and the festival of...

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Noah Miles and his band playing in front of a crowd. The band won second place last year at the Amped music festival.

Students “Amped” to Compete in Local Battle of the Bands

Isaiah Felix-Chan, Staff Reporter Feb 28, 2020

This Saturday, from 7-8 P.M, the Amped music will be taking place at the Pine Community Center  The Amped music festival is a music competition targeted at highschool students who desire to contend...

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Course requests forms are in the process of being reviewed by counselors with the students as the 2020-21 school year approaches. The forms guide students to formulate the perfect balance for their needs and requirements next year.

New 2020-21 School Year Brings New Course Options

Nadia Razzaq, Staff Reporter Feb 27, 2020

If you find yourself bored by the current classes you are taking and are searching for something new to try, it might be time to look into the new exciting options at hand for the 2020-21 school year. Course...

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The Sage: December 18, 2019

Tristin Hoffman and Eric Plotkin Dec 18, 2019

Broadcast from December 18, 2019 Anchors: Eric Plotkin & Tristin Hoffman Sports Anchor: Nick Cepek Edited by: Christopher Kathman Intro & Graphics by: BenzRussel Lopez & Leo Ambrogelly Stories...

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