Eagle Scouts

“Eagle Scout.”  The term is synonymous with the words “character” and “achievement.”  Since the rank’s introduction in 1911 more than two million young men have earned it.  While that number may sound impressive, it accounts for less than 5% of the boys who enrolled in the Scouting program.  Earning the rank of Eagle takes time, skill, hard work, and perseverance; it doesn’t come easy.  Which is why “Eagle Scout” is the most coveted award in Scouting.  And the title "Eagle Scout" is held for life; "Once an Eagle, always an Eagle."  ​

“Eagle Scout” carries with it special significance not only in Scouting but also in higher education, business, and community service. The award is a performance-based achievement requiring the earning of 20+ merit badges, and demonstrating Scout spirit, service, and leadership.  Even if a Scout does not earn the rank, the goals of Scouting—citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness—remain important and has a marked impact on his life. 

Eagle Scouts include thirty-eight U.S. astronauts, a President and Supreme Court Justice, judges, prominent businessmen, inventors, medical doctors, Medal of Honor recipients, military service members of all ranks, an FBI director, Secretaries of Defense, Senators, Congressmen, governors, mayors, Olympic and professional athletes, movie directors, actors, and musicians.  And they include members of the Reston, Virginia community.  

 

Some of our more recent Eagles are shown below.

Eagle Scout: Jonathan Lee
Jonathan's Eagle project was to renovate the main pathway in the center of the community garden space near the Reston Animal Hospital. Scouts re-leveled the path to accommodate for rain drainage and erosion prevention. They placed boards along the path so that the runoff will run along the pathway.
Eagle Scout: Andrew DeLillio
For Andrew's Eagle project, more than 40 volunteers stuffed, sewed, pinned, and packaged over 100 heart-shaped pillows for Mended Hearts hospital visiting program
Eagle Scout: Vijay Iyer
Vijay's Eagle project involved building floating platforms for turtles and launching them in Lake Audubon.
Eagle Scout: Tom Joyner
Tom's Eagle project was the construction of a community garden space, including a fence and a compost bin, at Trinity Presbyterian church in Herndon.
Eagle Scout: Charlie Quinn
Charlie organized Scouts to clear kudzu from a stretch of the W&OD bike trail at Gallows Road for his Eagle Project.
Eagle Scout: Connor Matthes
Connor organized Scouts to build benches and do some landscaping on the kiss 'n ride side of Hunters Woods Elementary.

Trail to Eagle Tracking Form

This one-page tracking sheet is designed to assist the Scout in tracking many of the major requirements to Eagle Scout.

Troop 1313 Eagle Scouts:

1) Christina D., 1989
2) Mark D., 1992
3) Craig W., 1994
4) Alexander K., 1994
5) Brian F., 1994
6) David S., 1994
7) Jefrey S., 1995
8) David S., 1996
9) Bradley L., 1996
10) Mark R., 1997
11) Eric F.,  1997
12) Jason B., 1998
13) Eric F., 1998
14) Christopher K., 1998
15) Ryan O., 1998
16) Giorgio L., 1998
17) Gai C., 1998
18) Danny S., 1998
19) Benjamin F., 1999
20) Reid K., 1999
21) Matt P., 2000
22) Brian L., 2000

23) Ethan S., 2000
24) Gregory R., 2000
25) Peter M., 2001
26) Travis B., 2001
27) Jeffrey G., 2001
28) Peter D., 2001
29) Ryan K., 2001
30) Michael O., 2002
31) Michael L., 2002
32) Kenny C., 2002
33) Jared A., 2003
34) Daniel S., 2003
35) Adam R., 2003
36) John H., 2003
37) Joey C., 2003
38) Nicholas I., 2003
39) Tim R., 2003
40) Adam S., 2003
41) Eric K., 2003
42) Garrett B., 2004
43) Matthew K., 2005
44) Jonathan N., 2005
45) Toby B., 2005
46) Alexander C., 2005
47) Douglas J., 2006
48) Christopher C., 2006
49) Patrick P., 2006
50) James S., 2007
51) Robert V., 2007
52) Matthew B., 2007
53) Hill M., 2007
54) Patrick M., 2007
55) Evan W., 2007
56) John Q., 2007
57) Joe Q., 2008
58) Ian C., 2008
59) Chris P., 2008
60) Alec K., 2008
61) Evan D., 2008
62) Mark V.. 2008
63) Michael B., 2008
64) Michael G., 2008
65) John C., 2009
66) Ian R., 2009
67) Rostik E., 2009
68) Sean W., 2010
69) Kyle D., 2011
70) Robert G., 2012

71) Glenn M., 2013
72) James S., 2013
73) William D., 2013
74) Connor M., 2013
75) Derek P., 2013
76) Vijay I., 2014
77) Charles Q., 2014
78) Andrew D., 2014
79) Tom J., 2014
80) Jonathan L., 2014
81) Matthew C., 2015
82) Neel R., 2015
83) Christopher Z., 2015
84) Alec B., 2015
85) Brett M., 2015
86) Joseph P., 2015
87) Prithvi B., 2015
88) David J., 2016
89) Robert C., 2016
90) Samuel M., 2016
91) Tyler E., 2016
92) Matthew G., 2016
93) Sam J., 2017
94) Sam S., 2017
95) Jishnu M., 2017
96) Evan M., 2017
97) Mathew B., 2017
98) Christopher V., 2017
99) Nick A., 2018
100) Norris G., 2018
101) Carson F., 2018
102) Garret M., 2018
103) Satchi M., 2018
104) Daniel K., 2018
105) Michael D., 2018
106) David C., 2018
107) Neal G., 2019
108) Jeffrey M., 2019

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