The Building Blocks of Scouting
Community Organizations and Scout Councils
Scouting's Values
Leadership
The Outdoors
Advancement
Personal Growth
The Patrol Method
The Order of the Arrow
Scouts With Special Needs
Personal Growth

Scout-age boys experience dramatic physical and emotional growth. Scouting offers them opportunities to channel much of that change into productive endeavors and to find the answers to many of their questions. Through service projects and Good Turns, Scouts can discover their place in the community. Many Scouting activities allow boys to associate with others from different backgrounds. The religious emblems program offers pathways for Scouts to more deeply understand their duty to God. The troop provides each Scout with an arena in which to explore, to try out new ideas, and to embark on adventures that sometimes have no design other than to have a good time with good people.

 

The Building Blocks of Scouting
Community Organizations and Scout Councils | Scouting's Values
Leadership | The Outdoors | Advancement | Personal Growth
The Patrol Method | The Order of the Arrow | Scouts With Special Needs

 

Boy Scouts of America