Bruce Baldree earns rank of Eagle Scout
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Eagle Scout
EAGLE SCOUT Bruce Baldree designed, built and raised the funds for a greenhouse/outdoor classroom at St. Nicholas School.
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On Oct. 17, 2011, Larston Bruce Baldree was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.

Baldree is the son of Mitch Baldree, D.D.S., a 1979 graduate of Cleveland High School, and Dr. Marie Farrar. He is the grandson of Donald B. Baldree of Cleveland and the late Edith Beard Baldree.

Baldree, with Troop No. 30, designed, raised money for and built a greenhouse/outdoor classroom for St. Nicholas School.

He able to raise enough funds to run power and water to the greenhouse as well as add raised beds.

A new faculty member was hired to oversee the greenhouse and outdoor education.

Baldree graduated from McCallie School in 2012.

Among his school honors and activities are the McCallie lacrosse team, coach’s award, McCallie varsity climbing team (coach’s award 2009 and captain 2012), McCallie Geometry Award, National Honor Society, Cum Laude Society, National Merit Finalist, McCallie Headmaster’s List, McCallie Honor Roll, McCallie Faculty Recognition and AP Scholar with Distinction. He accepted a Presidential Scholarship to Tulane University.