Scouting Program


Eagle Scout with 12 Palms   |  Boy Scouts of America

Aug 2008

Scouting’s highest rank embodies leadership, team building, and expanding one’s confidence. Scouting teaches rudimentary life skills and leadership throughout the path to Eagle. An Eagle Scout embodies the character to have fun, exhibit confidence, and acclimate into the leaders of tomorrow.

OA High Adventure Triple Crown  |   High Adventure Bases

Jun 2012

Participated in three national high adventure programs: OA Trail Crew at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimmaron, New Mexico (2010), OA Canadian Odyssey at Northern Tier in Ely, Minnesota (2011), and OA Ocean Adventure at the Florida Sea Base in Islamorada, Florida (2012).

Able Rank  |  Sea Scouts

Mar 2012

Sea Scouts master ceremony presentation and demonstrate knowledge of maritime history. Fulfill leadership responsibilities. Continued progression in seamanship, boat-handling skills, anchoring, piloting and navigation, as well as a deeper understanding of maritime environmental issues.

Denali Award  |  Varsity Scouting

Mar 2011

The highest award in Varsity Scouting, the award is named after Denali, also known as Mount McKinley in Alaska. Requirements include advancing one rank, serving in a leadership position, serving in leadership roles for activities in all five areas of emphasis, living the Scout Oath, and completing a progress review.

Ranger Award  |  Venturing

Jun 2011

Exemplifies a challenging high-level outdoor/high-adventure skills advancement program. A Ranger is a person who is highly skilled at a variety of outdoor sports and interests, trained in outdoor safety, and ready to lead or assist others in activities.

Quest Award  |  Venturing

Apr 2011

Ventures learn about what makes up a nutritional diet as well as design their own personal exercise plans based upon lifestyle, fitness levels, and desires for a healthy and long life. This program introduces Ventures to a sport or sports that they will enjoy the rest of their life.

Trust Award  |  Venturing

Jan 2011

Trust is an essential aspect of our relationship with others. Learning to trust is the challenge. One way to work toward a safe future is to learn to get along and work together. Understanding is a good start toward trust. Ventures learn further about themselves, their communities, their religion, and culture.

Vigil Honor  |  Order of the Arrow

Aug 2010

The highest mark of distinction and recognition reserved for Arrowmen who have made a distinguished contribution to the Order of the Arrow program. The Indian Name given is Mawap Allogewagan Chweli Ehnchpip interpreted as One Who Works At Many Places.

Silver Award  |  Venturing

Apr 2010

The highest award in Venturing with the purpose to provide a pathway for personal development; encourage Ventures to learn, grow, and serve; and recognize the high level of achievement of Ventures who acquire Venturing skills. The journey leads on a pathway to become a better skilled leader.