Boy Scouts of America is a youth development program that allows boys from the ages of 10-18 to develop practical life and outdoors skills. The program progresses from Scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star, Life to Eagle.
Scouts participate in many camping trips together where they learn important life and outdoors skills. Scouts also earn "merit badges" for completion of programs or life skills. Boy Scouts also focuses on important initiatives like anti-drug and anti-bullying programs.
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2/5 for joining
4/5 for making Eagle Scout
Some expenses for membership and camping but generally available to boys of all socioeconomic backgrounds
Enthusiasm and active participation encouraged.
2/5 to be a member
4/5 to be an Eagle Scout
Open application; anyone can join.