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

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PTSA organized free Kona Ice for students of Sage Creek. In the beginning of April, Bobcats got an opportunity to cool off with a cold and refreshing cup of Kona Ice.

School Events Return to Campus

Planning a school public event is complicated now since all events must follow the safety protocol. However, seniors will have in-person graduation and a virtual version of it this year. 
Tomiris Gumar, Staff Reporter May 12, 2021

Students are back on the school campus and public and community events are starting back up again as well. It kicked off with spirit weeks, where dressed-up students received prizes from scanning QR codes,...

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Morgan Mayorga and Maya Grudman stand in their floaties and matching outfits holding their “weapons” of choice. The pair are two of the game coordinators who organize the event.

Senior Assassins Continues Despite COVID-19

Bella Niems, Web Editor in Chief Oct 26, 2020

She was getting ready for work and thought about nothing but being five minutes behind. Rushing out the door she was pelted with squirt guns and the voice of her peers cheering that they had gotten their...

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Sophomores Paola Gonzalez, Maya Grudman, Nolan Mejia, and Madison Blankenhorn are pictured smiling. Each one plays an important role to help represent their sophomore class.

Sophomore Class Council Sets Goals For the Year

Haili Ballard and Sophie Mostamand Dec 13, 2018

Every year, you elect students to hold a role in your classes student council, but do you know what they actually do throughout the year? We talked to the sophomore class council to get an inside look...

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