Scouts should contact the Advancement Chair (Mr. Swope or Mrs. Hayes) or complete the online Request Form to get started. You'll have a merit badge counselor assigned and a signed blue card at the next meeting. Scouts are responsible for contacting your Merit Badge Counselor prior to working on the badge.
Merit Badges You Can Work on At Home
The following 17 badges are on the list of required badges for Eagle Scout:
Camping Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the Nation, Citizenship in the World, Communication, Cooking, Cycling, Emergency Preparedness, Environmental Science, Family Life, First Aid, Hiking, Lifesaving, Personal Fitness, Personal Management, Sustainability, Swimming.
A Scout must earn 13 of required merit badges for the rank of Eagle Scout, along with 8 optional badges. Some of the badges can be optioned for another. For a list of these, click here.