Personal Growth

Scouts experience a lot of personal growth between the ages of 11 and 18 – probably more than in any other period of their lives. It’s fairly common to hear in an Eagle Court of Honor how much the pictures from the Scout’s early days as a Boy Scout scarcely resemble the young man he’s become. As a Scout, he’ll be using his experiences to develop his viewpoint on citizenship, personal responsibility, faith, physical development, and relationships with others.