Scout Awards

Scoutmaster Awards

Top Scout

Top Camper

Scout Spirit

Baden Power Award

Other Awards

BSA Mile Swim

BSA Snorkeling 

BSA Kayaking

BSA Life Guard

Over 100 Nights Camping on Troop or Patrol events (nights/last campout)

Burley Boatsman

A multi-event competion at Camp Fiesta Island - San Diego, CA

Paul Bunyon Woodsman Award - Camp Tom Hale, Oklahoma

Theodore Roosevelt Award - Camp Alexander, Colorado- July 2007

 To earn this award each Scout had to meet three challenging criteria:

The Congressional Award is a national program available to young people ages 14-23. At age 13 1/2, young people may begin working toward an award by establishing goals and registering with the National Office. Participants may earn several levels of recognition including Bronze, Silver and Gold certificates as well as Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals. This is an excellent opportunity for young people in Scouting and Venturing to use their activities to earn a rather unique series of awards.

To earn an award, young people must establish goals and carry out activities related to volunteer public service, personal development, physical fitness and an expedition or exploration outside their normal environment. Each award level is cumulative, i.e., time spent on one award is carried forward to the next level.

Many Scouting activities may be used to earn an award. High adventure trips could be used to complete the expedition requirement. Earning merit badges could be used to help satisfy personal development and/or physical fitness. Time spent in a major position of leadership in a troop or crew could count toward the volunteer public service, as could time spent during troop and crew service projects.