Trail to Eagle Program

Age 13+
Offered Every week
 

Unlike years past this is no longer a stand alone program. This program is designed to help older Scouts that are in the middle or nearing the end of their Trail to Eagle.  Scouts may select to work towards required merit badges for the Eagle Scout Rank along with other camp merit badges, troop afternoon activities, and other older boy activities to create a unique schedule for themselves.  Eagle required merit badges are offered throughout the program in the morning and afternoon.  Many of the Eagle Required merit badges offered by other areas in the morning do not require Scouts to be 13 years of age or older.
Merit Badge Area Open to
Camping MB  Polaris 13 and older
Citizenship in the Community MB Trail to Eagle 13 and older
Citizenship in the Nation MB Trail to Eagle 13 and older
Citizenship in the World MB Trail to Eagle 13 and older
Communications MB Trail to Eagle 13 and older
Cooking MB Scoutcraft  Returning Scouts
Eagle Seminars Trail to Eagle  13 and older
Emergency Preparedness MB Scoutcraft Returning Scouts
Environmental Science MB Nature 13 and older
First Aid MB Scoutcraft  Returning Scouts
Lifesaving MB Aquatics Returning Scouts
Personal Fitness MB Sports Returning Scouts
Personal Management MB Trail to Eagle  13 and older
Swimming MB Aquatics All Scouts
Pre-camp Preparation: Many of the badges in the TTE program will have prerequisites that should be addressed prior to camp (See Merit Badge Description and Requirements). If a Scout has fulfilled a prerequisite they will need to bring proof in an applicable form such as letter from a Scoutmaster, parent or advisor; photograph of a project, or a chart or written report. Also several badges will require the Scout to bring the merit badge pamphlet to class. We recommend that they make use of their troop library or purchase a booklet from our trading post. 
In addition to Eagle Required merit badges a special Eagle Seminar workshop will be held where information about the Eagle Trail will be discussed such as the Eagle Service Project, paper work, and board of review.



Last Update: March 3, 2016