Eagle Scouts (The highest rank in the Scouting Program.  All scouts strive for this rank.  Scouts must earn a total of 21 merit badges including all required merit badges and show their leadership skills in an Eagle Scout Service Project.) - 




Life Scouts (The last rank before Eagle Scouts.  Scouts must earn 5 more merit badges to achieve this rank, 3 of which are required for Eagle, and take on a leadership position in the Troop.) - 




Star Scouts (Scouts must earn 6 merit badges, 4 of which are required for Eagle and take on a leadership position in the troop.) - 





1st Class Scouts (Scouts expand even more upon what they know and begin preparing for merit badges.) - 





2nd Class Scouts (Scouts expand upon the basics they learned for the Tenderfoot Rank.) - 





Tenderfoots (The first step towards becoming an eagle.  Scouts learn basic Scouting knowledge, such as first aid and camping skills.) -





Scouts (All boys enter the troop at this level.) - 





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