Eagle Scout Schedule
|Use this page to plan how you will reach Eagle Scout. Fill in the dates you expect to complete each requirement from First Class to Eagle and then use that as your schedule of goals to complete. Finishing each smaller step brings you a bit closer to your final goal.|
A sample schedule of completing merit badges can be found at Eagle merit badges or Eagle merit badge timeline.
|____/____/____||Complete First Class Scout rank|
|____/____/____||Active in troop and patrol for 4 months as First Class Scout|
|____/____/____||Earn 6 merit badges, including 4 Eagle Required badges|
|____/____/____||While First Class Scout, serve 4 months in positions of responsibility|
|____/____/____||While First Class Scout, complete 6 hours of service project work approved by Scoutmaster|
|____/____/____||Star Scout Scoutmaster Conference|
|____/____/____||Star Scout Board of Review|
|____/____/____||Active in troop and patrol for 6 months as Star Scout|
|____/____/____||Earn 5 merit badges, including 3 Eagle Required badges|
|____/____/____||While Star Scout, serve 6 months in positions of responsibility|
|____/____/____||While Star Scout, complete 6 hours of service project work approved by Scoutmaster|
|____/____/____||Life Scout Scoutmaster Conference|
|____/____/____||Life Scout Board of Review|
|____/____/____||Active in troop and patrol for 6 months as Life Scout|
|____/____/____||Earn 10 merit badges, for total of at least 21, including 12 Eagle required badges|
|____/____/____||While Life Scout, serve 6 months in positions of responsibility|
|____/____/____||While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, any school, or your community.|
This is your Eagle Project and it is never too early to be on the look-out for project ideas.
|____/____/____||Eagle Scout Scoutmaster Conference|
|____/____/____||Eagle Scout Board of Review|
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