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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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Floaties can be worn as protection. All floaties must be worn around the waist, arms or legs, not on any other part of the body.

A Withstanding Tradition: Senior Assassins

Rachel Coval and Harper Hughes Oct 29, 2019

While many seniors spend much of their first trimester solely focused on finalizing their college applications, college is not the only thing consuming their time. Over 200 students are participating in...

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The Sage: June 05, 2019

Kylie Valency and Madison Young Jun 5, 2019

Broadcast from June 05, 2019 Anchors: Kylie Valency & Madison Young Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin Stories Covered: Live Interview: Genius Project ...

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Senioritis Spreads Through Sage

Maddie DeVilbiss and Sophia Parks Mar 21, 2019

Senioritis is a term used to describe the decreased motivation toward studies displayed by students who are nearing the end of their high school. Here is an inside look at one student faced by this epidemic.

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Villeneuve listens to Mrs.Porter-Eshelman as she announces what the class will be doing next. This is Villeneuves fourth year in Sage Creek’s theater class.

Backstage with Tristan Villeneuve

Lilly McCoy, Business Manger Feb 25, 2019

If you are backstage with Senior Tristan Villeneuve before a show, you might hear him tell himself, “I am in no physical danger.” Every actor has a way to calm their nerves before a performance, however,...

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Boards are shown on a table with memories of the senior wrestlers from their time on the team. Last weeks dual was the last time that the seniors on the wrestling team would match up on that mat.

1/22/19-1/25/19: Week In Photos

Bryant Kitisin, Sports Editor Jan 28, 2019

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Professional Joanne Hackett gives advice to senior Tyler Hill. The professionals are there to help students with problem-solving throughout their Genius Project.

Genius Project Brings Professionals to Students

Kylie Valency and Julia Araujo Nov 15, 2018

Throughout the Genius Project journey, students have access to many resources including Professionals in the room. The English department has set up a system to inspire and guide students through problems...

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Pink Day 2k18

Bryant Kitisin and Gabriel Teymourian Oct 19, 2018

Sage Creek ASB held a "Pink Out" themed tailgate to support Breast Cancer Awareness preceding Girls Volleyball Senior Night. Fans enjoyed food, karaoke, cheering and a great game while the players fought...

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Chapter 1: Meet the Bobcats

Oct 18, 2018

Freshman, Vishal Jayanthi What are you worried about most this year? What are your plans for next year? Vishal is a freshman on the freshman boys basketball team this year, but he does not;...

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Seniors Carla Kelliny, Adam Salter, Oliver Schnitzenbaumer, Chris Engel, Jackson Ginn, Maddie Devilbiss and Tim Baxter, show Bobcat spirit for “Floaty Friday”. Seniors anticipate the start of senior assassins by participating in the spirit day that helped them get in the habit of wearing a floaty for protection against their “assassins.”

Sage Creek Assassins: The Most Important Senior Activity

Julia Araujo, Staff Reporter Oct 8, 2018

Picture this: You’re strolling around Carlsbad when, suddenly, you see a group of teenagers running towards another group of teens, spraying them with water guns. It’s a whole commotion. All the teenagers...

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The class of 2019 gathers at the peak of Calavera Mountain on the morning of Aug. 29, 2018. The senior class gathered that morning in the bottom parking lot of Sage Creek at 5:15 a.m. in order to successfully make it to the top of the mountain by the time the sun rose.

08/29/18-08/31/18: Week in Photos

Madison Young, Editor-in-Chief Sep 2, 2018

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