By Rachel Duthie
GHS senior Isaac Sundin is in the final stages of earning his Eagle Scout rank, the highest and most difficult rank to acquire in the youth organization Boy Scouts of America.
Sundin, who has been with BSA for seven years, has been working towards this rank for years. The requirements to become an Eagle Scout are strenuous, with members having to show proof in participating in leadership positions and service projects throughout their community.
"It shows that you have a vast pool of knowledge on how to react to certain situations and that you have experience in leading groups of people,” Sundin said. “Only about two-percent of Boy Scouts actually achieve this rank.”