Eagle Scouts

Eagle Award

Since its inception in 1911, the term “Eagle Scout” has been synonymous with the pinnacle of Scouting.
It’s even found its way into the vernacular to mean “a straight-arrow and self-reliant man” (Merriam-Webster Online).
Of more than two million Scouts—only 4% of overall Scout membership— have claimed the rank of Eagle Scout. Yet it’s the overwhelming vision and desire of nearly very  Scout.
Source: Scouting.org/Path to Eagle


 Boy Scouts of America
"An Eagle Scout is more than wearing a badge, it's a lifelong state of being.
One never WAS an Eagle Scout. One IS an Eagle Scout."

The Eagle Story