Category: Scouts BSA

  • Scouts BSA (Formerly Boy Scouts)

    Scouts BSA (Formerly Boy Scouts)

    Scouts BSA is a program offered by the Boy Scouts of America for young men and women who are 11 years old (or 10 and earned the Arrow of Light) through 17. Find helps for the Scouts BSA program on this page.

  • Scout Recognition Certificate – Fill In Your Own Information

    Scout Recognition Certificate – Fill In Your Own Information

    A while back John M sent in a Webelos Crossover recognition certificate he had made to share with everyone. However, many readers have asked for an easy way to use this with their own unit, award, etc. Now we have it! I have taken what John sent and turned it into a certificate you can create with your own information. Since the you enter the information, you can use it for ranks, awards, merit badges, or whatever you like.

  • Scouts BSA Eagle Scout Rank Helps and Documents

    Scouts BSA Eagle Scout Rank Helps and Documents

    Eagle Scout is the highest advancement rank in Scouts BSA. Eagle is earned after the rank of Life. ”Once an Eagle, always an Eagle”. A young woman or man who finishes his or her Scouting career at 18 years of age as a Life Scout will say “I WAS a Life Scout.” But a young woman or man who attains the rank of Eagle Scout can proudly declare “I AM an Eagle Scout” even after he or she reaches the age of 18.

  • Scouts BSA Life Rank Helps and Documents

    Scouts BSA Life Rank Helps and Documents

    Life is the rank a Scout can earn after Star. A Scout working on Life continues to develop leadership, participates in service projects, and earns merit badges.

  • Scouts BSA Star Rank Helps and Documents

    Scouts BSA Star Rank Helps and Documents

    Star is the Scouts BSA rank earned after First Class. With Star, the focus shifts from scout skills to leadership, service, and merit badges.

  • Scouts BSA First Class Rank Helps and Documents

    Scouts BSA First Class Rank Helps and Documents

    First Class is the rank a Scout can earn after Second Class The requirements for First Class continue to teach the youth to the skills needed to advance in Scouts BSA.

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