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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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UCLA, one of the many colleges with a change in test-policy, witnesses the great impact of the pandemic. The college application process for the admissions cycle of 2021 has shifted dramatically in terms of requirements and the resources outsourced to prospective students.

The Guide to Virtual College Resources: Navigating the College Application Process This Year

Applying to College in the Time of Online School May Seem Daunting, However, the Virtual Resources Added This Year Add a Great Advantage in Facilitating the College Application Process.
Chloe Neal, Entertainment & Opinion Editor Oct 12, 2020

College applications can come off as a bit intimidating when first approaching the subject, but with the great number of virtual resources added this year, students have the ability to gain insight into...

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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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