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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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The Sage Pod: Hear, There, and Everywhere Episode 10 - College Q & A

The Sage Pod: Hear, There, and Everywhere Episode 10 – College Q & A

College Football Focus Provides Insight Into 2022 Rankings – Episode 1

Nick Cepek and Jacob Fletcher Nov 11, 2022

Hosts Nick Cepek and Jacob Fletcher discuss recent college football games and provide insight into possible outcomes for a variety of teams.

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Class of 2022 Commitment Map

Class of 2022 Commitment Map

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web-Editor in Chief May 4, 2022

If you are a member of the graduating class of 2022, please help us showcase your success! Once you have committed to a college, institution, or vocational/trade school, fill out this FORM, so we can...

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A stressed high school student rests her head in her hands. Contemplating college options while simultaneously managing schoolwork can be a lot of pressure for students.

Race to Nowhere: Is it Worth the Stress to Get Into a ‘Good’ College?

Grace Cowart, Staff Reporter Apr 12, 2022

For high school students, there's a lot of pressure to get into a ‘good’ or ‘successful’ college. It's been a childhood dream for many to go to a prestigious university like one of the Ivy Leagues,...

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The Sage: January 12, 2022

Lana Esquer and Juliette D’Eliseo Jan 11, 2022

Broadcast from January 12, 2022. Anchors: Lana Esquer, Juliette D'Eliseo. Stories Covered: College Acceptance Mindset; by: Nancie Huang-Ball, Sophia Tranisi. Good Study Habits; by: Samuel...

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Students focus on their SAT. The tests are starting to fade away as many colleges and universities have stopped requiring SAT scores for admission.

Downfall of SAT Paves Way for Equity in Standardized Testing

Nancie Huang-Ball, Opinion Editor Oct 11, 2021

The SAT is slowly fading away as colleges drop the requirement to submit test scores for admission. With the University of California (UC) schools becoming test-blind and many colleges, including every...

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The Sage Creek cross country team will look to hoist the C.I.F. trophy once again. They will need some help from a few college-bound runners to help them cross the finish line.

Sage Creek Perspective on the College Recruitment Process

Joshua Wilson, Staff Writer Oct 4, 2021

The recruitment process can be long and challenging for aspiring collegiate athletes. It can take countless months for athletes to decide which schools will best benefit their skills. In order to find...

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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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Many student-athletes are hoping to play in the NCAA. For most students, they are in the middle of the recruiting process, writing emails and uploading video, transcripts and test scores.

How Covid-19 is Affecting the College Recruiting Process for Student Athletes

Emma Velchek, Staff Writer Nov 4, 2020

The squeaky court, the damp field and the hot sun blazing down onto the track below are all things student-athletes at school miss deeply. Getting back to playing sports is extremely important for the...

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Students attend in-person tours of UCSD. In previous years, students would complete college tours in person rather than the updated virtual tours.

Counseling Office Provides Online Campus Tours for Prospective College Students

Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Oct 13, 2020

Traditionally, college tours are held on campus and allow students to learn about prospective colleges and universities. These tours can greatly influence a student's eventual college commitments....

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