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Eagle Scout Rank Application

Applicants for the rank of Eagle must use the current Eagle Scout rank application. It additionally requires the name of the Eagle Scout project and the grand total of hours devoted to it. Please download the new application by clicking on Eagle Scout Award Application under Eagle Project Info and Forms or by clicking here.

BSA Eagle Scout Application Procedures

Click here  for Eagle Scout Application & Verification Procedures

New 2011 NESA Scholarship


2011 NESA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
This year, the National Eagle Scout Association will award 148 scholarships to Eagle Scouts through various scholarship funds. They vary in amount from $1,000 to $48,000.

The scholarships are for tuition, room, board, and books only, and are limited for use at a four-year college/university that is accredited by recognized accreditation agencies and offers at least a bachelor’s degree upon completion of the course of study offered.

Boy Scout rank requirements effective January 1, 2008


The National Youth Protection Committee recommended additions to Boy Scout rank requirements that became effective January 1, 2008. These changes will help us advance the importance of Youth Protection training beyond the initial Boy Scout joining requirements, and keep youth informed and actively engaged in understanding the key elements of personal safety and protection.

Tenderfoot Rank
Revised requirement 9:
Explain the importance of the buddy system as it relates to your personal safety on outings and in your neighborhood. Describe what a bully is and how you should respond to one.

Second Class Rank
Requirement 8b:
Explain the three R's of personal safety and protection.

First Class Rank
Requirement 12:
Describe the three things you should avoid doing related to use of the Internet. Describe a cyberbully and how you should respond to one. The changes are represented in the 2008 Boy Scout Requirements book and the revised ninth printing of the 11th edition of the Boy Scout Handbook. Though they became effective on January 1, 2008, they are "grandfathered," meaning that a Boy Scout may earn the rank he is already working on, be it Tenderfoot, Second Class, or First Class, under the requirements in effect when he started. In the Boy Scout Handbook the information needed by Boy Scouts to complete the requirements will be found.

BSA Eagle Scout Application Procedures

Click here  for Eagle Scout Application & Verification Procedures

Internet Advancement Records System Now Open
Click here for more information and to try the system.

Advancement Forms

Internet Advancement (NOTE:  IE10 or greater must be in Compatability Mode for Internet Advancement to work!)
NESA Application
Eagle Scout Palm Application
Merit Badge Counselor Application 
Merit Badge Counseling (BSA brochure  #34520)
Advancement Report (PDF file)

Click here for info on Non Advancement Recognitions and Awards.


Eagle Project Info & Forms:

Eagle Policy and Procedures
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook
Twelve Steps From Life to Eagle
Chief Scout Executive Letter to Life Scouts
Alternate Eagle Merit Badge Requirements
Application for Alternate Eagle Scout Rank Merit Badges
Eagle Scout Palm Application
Eagle Scout Award Application - (from scouting.org)


Rank advancement requirements and information, including the Eagle Packet, are available for download at the National BSA Forms Page .


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