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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 American high school education system focuses too much on students’ weaknesses rather than the things they are passionate about. Students have often felt isolated and bored in classes that they do not enjoy and are not interested in.

American Education: A Flawed System

Jenny Tucker, Staff Reporter Mar 27, 2019

In my sophomore year, a year where I attended an American school based in London, I spent the majority of my days working on chemistry and geometry for an average of four to eight hours per day. I visited...

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In our society, children are involved in youth sports at a very young age and parents are typically the reason behind this. Sports greatly impact the childhoods of many and are essential pieces to the growth of any child.

The Importance of Youth Sports

Harper Hughes, Staff Reporter Mar 26, 2019

Sports are quite frequently integrated into the schedules of many children. In our society, children are involved in youth sports at a very young age and parents are typically the reason behind this. Sports...

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Megan Herrick helps a student create a piece of art during class. She gave him new ideas and helpful guidance for finishing his artwork.

Teacher of the Year is the Face Behind the Canvas

Camila Moreno, Staff Reporter Mar 18, 2019

Students closely watched as she picked up a paintbrush and began to dip it in a cup of water. Then she took a palette of watercolors and activated one color with the water. Next, she took the paintbrush...

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Juliana Quinones in the midst of conducting her orchestra class. They are preparing for upcoming performances.

Band: More Than Just a Class

Drew Winkler, Staff Reporter Jan 28, 2019

The students found at Sage Creek High School are spread across a wide array of personalities, traits, passions and attributions. Each student here comes to school at the same time but it is what kids do...

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Alexis Mae Uses Synesthesia to Enhance Her Art

Isabella Eiler, Staff Reporter Jan 11, 2019

Since eighth grade, Alexis Mae has found a love for photography and her passion for this art form is ever-present in her pictures. She also uses one of her unique qualities, synesthesia, to enhance the...

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Junior Tristin Hoffman tinkers with her junior evidence of progress sheet. The Genius Project has a new way to keep track of one’s progress with a redone and organized progress document.

The Genius Has Begun

Isabella Eiler, Staff Reporter Dec 14, 2018

It’s that time of year again, where the juniors have started brainstorming their ideas for the upcoming Genius Project. The whiteboards can be seen filled with designs for those who have a solid plan...

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Standing left to right is Claudine Jones, from CUSD Board of Trustees; Shannon Alberts, Sage Creek English teacher; Corrie Myers, Sage Creek English Teacher; and César Morales, Sage Creek Principal. They are holding the Golden Bell Award which the Genius Project was recognized for through the CSBA.

Golden Bell Award Ignites Innovation

Kylie Valency and Julia Araujo Dec 11, 2018

As a teacher, you make a lesson plan and you typically stick to it, repeating the same lessons period after period. After a while, it can start to feel like a routine. For Sage Creek English teachers...

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With even more happiness than before, Kailiyah Hauser demonstrates her love for nature and everything kind by posing near the Sage Creek trees while talking about her life.

Sage Creek’s Ray of Sunshine: Kailiyah Hauser

Jenny Tucker and Sierra Jorden Nov 29, 2018

I was sitting in English class having a bad day. I remember Kailiyah Hauser, a girl I vaguely knew, passing my table. I felt something light drop behind me, but I didn’t think anything of it. My friend...

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The choir stands while practicing the alma mater. The class is spending time
learning the song for the hoopcoming assembly.

Passion and Music Combine in the Creation of New Choir Class

Reilly Cornwall, Staff Writer Feb 26, 2018

Anyone who has had a class in the 5000 building at Sage Creek High School is familiar with the sounds of the band classes. From trumpets to saxophones to violins, even with the door closed it’s easy...

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Genius Project Symposium: Full Length Video

Jack Lieberman, Editor in Chief Jun 17, 2017

Genius Project Symposium. Filmed on May 18, 2017 in the Bobcat Arena at Sage Creek High School.

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