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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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Emme Luong, Natalie Irving, Rachel Plotkin and Sienna Doss dance to “Majorie” by Taylor Swift. This dance was choreographed by Natalie Irving and titled “Backlogged Dreams”.

Spring Dance Showcase: “Together We Can”

Isabella Bernabeo, Entertainment Editor May 20, 2022

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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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With the world universally shifting online, online resources have become more accessible. Khan Academy has released SAT resources and Udemy has put together courses to help in personal finance. Concurrent enrollment is also another great option for students to be enrolled in virtual classes outside of school.

3 Free Online Resources You Should Take Advantage Of

Accelerate the Process of Expanding Your Knowledge by Prepping for the SAT, Learning Life Skills or through Concurrent Enrollment Using These Three Resources.
Nancie Huang-Ball Oct 1, 2020

If there’s one benefit from online learning compared to in-person learning, it’s that many people have become more tech-savvy from it. Fortunately, a wide range of free online resources happen to be...

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The CUSD board of trustees met on Sept. 11 to make their final elementary reopening decision. The goal was to find a plan that would be the best transition from online to at campus learning.

CUSD Elementary Students Will Return to Campus on Sept. 28

Madeline Mack and Bella Niems Sep 21, 2020

As of Sept. 28,  elementary level students will be allowed back on campus as per the Carlsbad Unified School District Board (CUSD), which is the first indication that high school level students will be...

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“Angst” is a documentary covering anxiety in high school students and was broadcasted in every advisory class this past Wednesday. With the film being shown, students were given complimentary pamphlets covering the main topics that were discussed throughout the video.

Angst Opens Discussion of Mental Health On Campus

Ari Beckett and Bryant Kitisin Jan 18, 2019

One out of every 13 teens struggles with anxiety. This translates to approximately 104 students at Sage Creek. Two people in every classroom. Even with as many as 104 people struggling with it at school,...

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Mr. Morales smiles as he reflects upon his journey as Sage Creeks principal.

One Man; One School; One Vision

Sam Bodnar, Editor-in-Chief Jun 2, 2017

Five years ago, it was just another patch of land, isolated and rocky. Coyotes and rattlesnakes hunted night and day; chaparral and wild flowers grew rebelliously; hikers pounded the dirt and mule deer...

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A New League for Sage Creek

A New League for Sage Creek

Drake Benner, Sports Editor Jan 11, 2017

Sage Creek has forever been a changing school, from its number of students, to the campus itself. Not even the athletics is set in stone. This year the league Sage Creek and other local schools play in...

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Keeping Your House Intact

Keeping Your House Intact

Sam Bodnar, Editor-in-Chief Nov 8, 2016

An open letter to underclassmen and my peers struggling to fit in, High school will try to tear down your house. There are thousands of details that need to be pieced together in order to construct...

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