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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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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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The Sage: May 1, 2019

Summer Fitzgerald and Gavyn Townsend May 1, 2019

Broadcast from May 1, 2019 Anchors: Summer Fitzgerald & Gavyn Townsend Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin Stories Covered: Festival of the Arts by: Juliana...

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The Sage: April 24, 2019

Tristin Hoffman and Taylor Riley Apr 23, 2019

Broadcast from April 24, 2019 Anchors: Tristin Hoffman & Taylor Riley Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin Stories Covered: Genius Project Forum Interview ...

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5 Things to Know

5 Things to Know

Nicolas Reynoso, Staff Writer Apr 21, 2017

A Quick Recap of the Genius Project This week, the seniors all stood up and presented their Genius Project journeys. Now that it’s all said and done, the next step is to tally all the votes for who...

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