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

The Sage

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

The Sage

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

The Sage

Three of the various student run tanks that are to be cared for weekly. One (to the right), holds class pet ‘Emo Nemo’ who at the time is being fed.

Marine Science Features Why 71 Percent of Earth Matters

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Oct 27, 2022

Marine Science, well-known as Marine Biology, is the study of oceans and marine life and has found its place in schools across the globe. The Marine Science program at Sage Creek was founded by teacher...

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Chocolate contains flavonoids, which help lower levels of stress hormones like cortisol and  catecholamines. Work-related stress was the cause of death for 120,000 people, which was 4% of the total number of deaths in 2018.

Dark Chocolate Could Save Your Life

Kaya Scuba, Staff Reporter Oct 26, 2021

Stress. It’s something we all experience. We stress over the little things like making it to school on time and more significant things such as the uncertainty of our indefinite futures. We even stress...

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Grace O’Grady and her friend are sitting in the backseat of an ambulance. They both were a part of the summer program and Rady’s.

The Driven Dreamer: Grace O’Grady

Mi Jin Son, Staff Reporter Feb 3, 2020

Disclaimer: An image in this article shows a surgical procedure on a human brain. Viewer discretion is advised.  The putrid smell of chemicals and dead organisms filled the air of the biomed room as...

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Maddie Connelly, president of Girls in STEAM, is pictured above. She founded the club last year.

Some Clubs of Sage Creek

Eric Plotkin, Staff Reporter Nov 14, 2019

“We bring in guest speakers quite often,” said Maddie Connelly, president of Girls in STEAM. “We’ve had people from Viasat, a radiologist, a professor at SDSU.” The interview took place outside...

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Natalia (14) will be undergoing heart surgery in order to fix her aortic valve malfunction. Bruno’s goal is to comfort her and assist in making the surgery a success.

Mckenzie Bruno + Hearts With Hope

Harper Hughes, Sports Editor Nov 4, 2019

Homework. Quizzes. Tests. All of the things that students are typically bombarded with at the beginning of the school year. But for the upperclassmen, they are also quickly reminded of Sage Creek’s student-chosen,...

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In Principles of Engineering class, Mr. Fieberg supervises Sophomore Peter Rubin operating on a saw machine, to cut a part for their project.

Catching up with the Engineering Course

Cassie Hallack and Kyle Ayson Oct 2, 2019

The sound of gears grinding, saws buzzing and metal cling-clanging. These are the sounds that you hear in the Engineering course. The sounds of hard work. As well as James Fieberg saying to his students...

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This is the first real image of a black hole. Although it may not look like much, this image took eight telescopes, four continents and over two years to create.

Why that Fuzzy Orange Photo Matters

Riley Hull, Staff Reporter Apr 19, 2019

This past Wednesday, April 10, scientists from the program Event Horizon released the first actual images of a black hole, the celestial object, up until now, a mere hypothesis. In eight simultaneous...

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Femineers brings young girls together to show off their talents and skills in S.T.E.M. Informational meetings will be March 8, 15, 22 and 26 at Carlsbad High School in room 6102 from 3-5:30 p.m.

Femineers Gives Girls S.T.E.M. Opportunities

Julia Miller and Chase Whitman Mar 4, 2019

According to SWE Research in 2014, 7.9 percent of engineers were females compared to the 26.9 percent who were male engineers. Femineers is about a group of girls showing off their projects that are based...

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BioMed: Exposing Kids To Real World Experiences

Madison Young and Zach Metzger Dec 7, 2018

BioMed is a four year long Project Lead the Way course that consists of: Principals of BioMed, Human Body Systems, Medical Interventions and BioMedical Innovations. Reporters Madison Young and Zach Metzger...

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Sheeps heart lies in tray for educational purposes.

Biomed Students Take a Look Into The Heart

Patrick Hanlon, Staff Writer Apr 14, 2017

Biomed teacher Juli Bachman’s class takes learning to a whole new level. By dissecting a preserved sheep’s heart, she taught her class about the structure of the body's natural pump, highlighting the...

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Aryan Pandhare diligently focusing on the lecture in class.

Sad Times for Sage Science

Bryant Kitisin, Staff Writer Feb 13, 2017

Despite hopeful murmurings among students, the AP Environmental Science and Marine biology courses will not be offered for the 2017-2018 school year. According to Principal Cesar Morales, this is due...

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