Eagle Scout Projects Beautify SPS

St. Paul’s has been a go-to spot for aspiring Eagle Scouts for decades. Every Boy Scout who has plans on becoming an Eagle Scout must complete a project that “makes a difference and helps out the community it involves,” said junior Eagle Scout Oliver Sibley.

“Well, both my older brothers went to St. Paul’s, and they both are Eagle Scouts,” said Sibley. “So when it came time (to pick a project), in my eighth grade year, I decided to do something for St. Paul’s, a school that I had grown up watching my brothers love and a tradition that I had only begun to adore. Even though my project was simple, I saw the need at St. Paul’s, and I felt accomplished for having done something for a school that I was just beginning my relationship with.”

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