4 McAllen ISD seniors set to graduate as Eagle Scouts

They started out at McAllen’s Gonzalez Elementary with Cub Scouts in 1st grade and all have now obtained their Eagle Scout rank in St. Mark’s Boy Scout Troop 7.  


Eagle Scout is Boy Scouts of America’s highest rank and hardest achievement to obtain. Three of the seniors should graduate in the top 10 of their class of 508 at McAllen Memorial High. All have received many honors including a National Merit Scholar and an Academic All State Elite football Team recipient with many other academic, fine arts and athletic achievements among them. All Four are Advanced Placement scholars.  


They all have given back to the community in their countless hours of volunteer service not to mention their individual Eagle Scout projects that have benefitted such organizations as an outdoor classroom garden at the Boys and Girls Club of McAllen, activity ball pit at First United Methodist Church of McAllen and benches at the Star of Hope Center for the ministry of the poor at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church. They have gone to Northern Tier, BTSR Cavalcade, and many camp outs together learning life and survival skills.


The McAllen Memorial graduation will be from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at the McAllen Convention Center.


Pictured from left to right are McAllen Memorial seniors Menton “Quaid” Murray, Jose Luis Gomez, Marco Silguero, and Christian Garza.