For anyone involved in Boy Scouts, the pinnacle of achievement is to be awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. It requires sustained and diligent work to complete the many required merit badges and the completion of a major community service project. Less than two percent of the boys who enter Boy Scouts obtain the rank of Eagle. Lakehill is proud to recognize Grant Hilbert as having achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Grant became involved with Scouting in 2006 and was attracted by the opportunity to learn more about the wilderness and camping. During his time in scouting, he served as senior patrol leader as well as the Scout leader for two high adventure trips. The first was a 65-mile backpacking trip at Philmont Scouting Ranch in the Rocky Mountains of northern New Mexico. The trip covered nine days of hiking and camping, including the summit of multiple mountains with altitudes over 12,000 feet. On the second trip, Grant led his scouting troop into southern Ontario, Canada near the Minnesota border for a 135-mile, 10-day canoeing and portaging trip. For Grant's community service project, he designed and built an outdoor storage container for the Northaven Coop Preschool in Dallas.