Helps and Requirements for the First Class Rank

First Class is the third rank a Boy Scout can earn. He earns it after Second Class The requirements for First Class continue to teach the youth to the skills he needs to advance in Boy Scouting.

The First Class requirements may be worked on simultaneously with the requirements for Tenderfoot and Second Class; these ranks must still be earned in sequence though.

Printable copy of  First Class Rank Requirements

First Class Requirements Check Off Sheet

Helps for specific requirements:

  • First Class Requirement 1 – Find Directions without a Compass
  • First Class Requirement 2 – Orienteering
  • First Class Requirement 3 – Ten Activities
  • First Class Requirement 4 – Patrol Menu, Grubmaster Duties, Cooking Gear, Food Safety, and Patrol Cook
  • First Class Requirement 5 – Rights and Duties of US Citizens
  • First Class Requirement 6 – Native Plants
  • First Class Requirement 7 – Knowledge of Knots and Lashings and Make a Camp Gadget
  • First Class Requirement 8 – Bowline Knot, Bandages, Rescue from a Smoke Filled Room, and Heart Attack Knowledge
  • First Class Requirement 9 – Safety Afloat, BSA Swimmer Test, and Water Rescue Methods
  • First Class Requirement 10 – Invite a Friend
  • First Class Requirement 11 – Internet Safety
  • First Class Requirement 12 – Living the Scout Oath and Law
  • First Class Requirement 13 – Scoutmaster Conference
  • First Class Requirement 14 – Board of Review
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