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

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Craft Meets Community at the Carlsbad Village Street Faire

Craft Meets Community at the Carlsbad Village Street Faire

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor May 2, 2022

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GSA club members Jackson Connolly, Yessenia Sanchez, Ariella Cummins and Benjamin Mendez hold up signs in the village, protesting new bill HB 1557 in Florida. Everyone in the photo here is a part of the LGBT youth club, GSA, at Carlsbad High School.

Don’t Say Gay: GSA reacts

Since when was it illegal to educate in modern times?
Harley Morgan, Staff Reporter Apr 29, 2022

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual reporters and do not reflect the views of The Sage, Sage Creek High School, or Carlsbad School District. HB 1557 is the legislative...

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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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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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A young girl skates across the ice at an ice rink. Icetown Carlsbad not only lets citizens enjoy the holiday spirit with ice skating but also offers classes where people can learn to skate.

Winter Events in Carlsbad this December

Isabella Bernabeo, Entertainment Editor Dec 10, 2021

What’s a better way to get into the holiday spirit than by attending some fun winter festivities? Carlsbad continues to return to normalcy by celebrating this holiday season with jolly Christmas events.  Legoland...

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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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Gavin Newsom signs a mandate on October 1st to have all kids vaccinated to attend school. This mandate is just like chicken pox and polio vaccine requirements.

Mandatory Vaccines Should Be Enforced

Juliette D’Eliseo, Staff Reporter Nov 3, 2021

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual reporter and do not reflect the views of The Sage, Sage Creek High School, or Carlsbad School District. COVID-19 has affected everyone’s...

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This year the Winter Formal will be held at the Carlsbad Flower Fields. This beautiful outdoor venue will give students the option to enjoy the night without a mask and is a perfect alternative to indoor venues from past years.

School Dances Are Back: The Importance of School Spirit and the Upcoming Winter Formal

Kaya Scuba, Staff Reporter Oct 22, 2021

After a year severely lacking in connection and school spirit, students are looking forward to the upcoming Winter Formal. Set in the beautiful outdoor venue of the Carlsbad Flower Fields, the Winter Formal...

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Shali (left) and DeLeon (right) pose in front of the librarians’ desk. The two librarians have worked together previously at Aviara Elementary and Middle School, an experience which has strengthened their bond as counterparts and close friends.

How a Dynamic Duo is Redefining the Sage Creek Library

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor Oct 20, 2021

Beyond the stacks of Chromebooks and novels, two women remain at the heart of the Sage Creek Library. Golnessa Shali maintains the relevance of the books that go onto shelves while Dani DeLeon hustles...

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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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Vinaka Cafe hosts a large breakfast crowd. The coffeehouse’s outdoor deck overlooks the Village Faire courtyard, making for a scenic morning with the sound of ocean waves crashing in the background.

Labor Day Weekend in Carlsbad

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor Sep 10, 2021

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Apex Legends is the newest game to take the Battle Royale genre by storm. With the game hitting 50 million players in under two months of release.

Apex Legends: The Strongest Flawed Battle Royale to Date

Christopher Kathman, Staff Reporter Mar 15, 2019

Early last month, Apex Legends, a shiny new Battle Royale, took the community by storm. It’s been dubbed “The Fortnite Killer,” and many other names, mainly focusing on why it’s going to take down...

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