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Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis Award 11 HSD Students with Highest Honor

As Boy Scouts across the country prepare to observe Scout Sunday, Feb. 3, HSD is proud to support the 11 District students who have earned the Boy Scouts’ highest honor, Eagle Scout.

In order to become an Eagle Scout, boys progress through ranks in a specific order; earn 21 merit badges; serve six months in a troop leadership position; plan, develop and give leadership to a service project for any religious organization or any school or community; take part in a Scoutmaster conference; and successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.

The 11 HSD Eagle Scouts are:

  • Sean Butler, a senior at Hazelwood West High School from Troop 942
  • Andrew Ford, a junior at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 829
  • Nicolas Ford, a senior at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 829
  • Cody Ford, a senior at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 829
  • Joseph Maltzman, a senior at Hazelwood West High School from Troop 740
  • Brandon Marolt, a junior at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 884
  • Sean Owens, a senior at Hazelwood West High School from Troop 829
  • Joseph Radichel, a sophomore at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 702
  • Eric Radichel, a freshman at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 702
  • Rodrick Robins, a senior at Hazelwood Central High School from Troop 551
  • Nicholas Rosario, an eighth grader at Hazelwood North Middle School from Troop 551

The service projects varied in scope, but all the Scouts said the planning took much longer than the actual execution of the projects.

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