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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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Journalism Club allows students who aren’t in the multimedia journalism program to participate in being part of the Sage. It is located at Mrs. Hurlimann’s room, 2307, on the second Thursday of the month.

Club Rush Takes Effect

Darby Hunt, Staff Reporter Oct 27, 2023

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Students gather around at lunch to explore the Clubs offered here on campus. Lasting for a week, the clubs range from a wide variety of choices to choose from.

Club Meetings Begin After Another Successful Club Rush

Leah Ertel, Opinion Editor Oct 27, 2023

As of Friday, Oct. 20, Club Rush at Sage Creek High School has come to another successful closing as students advertised all sorts of clubs here on campus. These clubs serve as an opportunity to connect...

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A picture of an ASB poster provides information about the upcoming for Club Rush Week. ASB prepares for the arrival of Club Rush.

Club Rush is Almost Here

Isaac Danon, Staff Reporter Oct 13, 2023

Club Rush is around the corner, which means it’s time to start choosing clubs for the school year of 2023-2024.   Sage Creek High School has a variety of clubs to choose from, including Mock Trial,...

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The Boys and Girls Club of Carlsbad hosts a booth at club rush. Throughout the week, the organization filled its table with candy, stickers and sign-up sheets.

Students Join in at Sage Creek’s Club Rush

Jacob Dougherty, Staff Reporter Oct 3, 2022

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Key Club hosts its first meeting of the 2021-2022 school year. The meeting was packed with eager Key Clubbers ready to start off the year.

An Inside Look into Key Club

Sophia Tranisi, Staff Reporter Mar 7, 2022

Key Club is a student-led organization that is offered at Sage Creek. Key Club serves as an opportunity for students to volunteer, while they are also learning essential leadership skills they can apply...

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Two seniors complete a care package with an encouraging note. Happy Period events draw in people of all backgrounds and genders, allowing the club to achieve its aims with the help of the many students passionate about the cause.

Happy Period Club is a Step Closer to Ending Period Poverty

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor Feb 17, 2022

1 in 5 menstruating youth cannot afford period products. 1 in 10 miss school due to a lack of menstrual resources. The catalysts to it all: shame and stigma around the subject of menstruation.  Senior...

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Club President, Sofia Miracco, tutors fifth graders Aisha (10) and Najah (10). She teaches them complex addition problems and long division.

Bobcats Empowering and Educating Refugee Communities through 1 Must

Julianna Miracco, Staff Reporter Jan 4, 2022

Refugees come to the US in hopes of living a new life with access to essential resources. However, there are apparent challenges while coming to a foreign land as it can be difficult to adjust and...

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Students came to room 1203, willing and happy to help make cards for the foundation. They all gathered to show off their hard work on their cards.

Gold Rush Club Sends Love to Cancer Patients with Cards and Pots of Gold

Devyn Serrano, Staff Reporter Nov 16, 2021

From Oct 11 to Oct 15, new and old clubs gathered in the grassy area in front of the library during lunch. One club, in particular, caught the attention of a lot of people: the addition of Gold Rush Club.  The...

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Club President Ali Elfarra poses before the club’s first meeting begins. The first meeting was on Oct. 22 in room 3202.

The Muslim Student Association’s Purpose Goes Beyond Faith

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor Oct 27, 2021

Every other Friday in room 3202, members of the Muslim Student Association (MSA) gather to build community and learn about Islam. At the first meeting on Oct. 22, students of similar backgrounds met...

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The club prepares for a conference by doing a mock conference. The members were prepared and competitive despite being told by the leaders that it was only a practice conference.

MUN Club Works Harder than Ever Before Regardless of Online Setbacks

Model United Nations club receives new members and adapts to distance learning despite not being able to participate in in-person conferences and debates
Aedia Hamilton, Staff Reporter Nov 25, 2020

Despite the struggles of online learning, the Model United Nations club has quadrupled in size since last year.  The main cause of this drastic increase in numbers was a change in leadership and passionate...

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A student heads to practice while passing a sign reinforcing social distancing on Oct. 13. Social distancing is one of the ten protocols to ensure on-campus safety.

On-Campus Activities: Will Bobcats Be Taking Part?

Nadia Razzaq, Business Manager Oct 26, 2020

On March 13, students said goodbye to teachers and friends, unsure of how long the pandemic would last. Adapting to online learning ensued with complaints of a lack of socialization and overwhelming...

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Students independently work on projects while getting feedback from their peers. Student-centered learning creates a space for students to learn from each other and use their own creativity.

The Benefits of Student-Led Programs in High School

Becca Petty, Staff Reporter Mar 3, 2020

Even in 2020, a standard learning environment is easy for many people to imagine: a teacher standing in front of the classroom, handing out a test where students’ success is based on the bubbles they...

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