Eagle Scouts 

"Since Arthur Eldred became the first Eagle Scout in 1912, the rank has represented a milestone of accomplishment—perhaps without equal—that is recognized across the country and even the world. Men who have earned the Eagle Scout rank count it among their most treasured possessions. 'Eagle Scout' is not just an award; it is a state of being. Those who earned it as boys continue to earn it every day as men. That is why an Eagle Scout IS an Eagle Scout—not was."
Source: Guide to Advancement 2017

Brian Boyle
Eagle Board Chair 

Eagle Boards Schedule

(for remainder of Program Year 2017-2018)

Proposals due for May – April 18
May Boards of Review – May 2

Proposals due for June – May 23
June Boards of Review – June 6

Proposals due for July – June 27
July Boards of Review – July 11

Proposals due for August – July 18
August Boards of Review – August 1

Eagle Boards Location

(for remainder of Program Year 2017-2018)

Imagine Chancellor Charter School
3333 High Ridge Rd
Boynton Beach, FL  33426

(for June 6, July 11, and August 1)

Faith United Methodist Church
6340 W. Boynton Beach Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL  33437
Getting Started

Welcome Life Scouts!  Your Eagle Scout Service Project is your moment to shine—to demonstrate the leadership and planning skills you have developed throughout Scouting.

The Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook will be your primary tool for helping you plan and develop your Project.  Make sure you are using the latest (No. 512-927, October 2015) edition PDF.

Planning is a major part of the Eagle Project process!  All new Project proposals must be submitted to the Eagle Board Chair at least two weeks in advance of the upcoming Boards.  Please plan accordingly.

Project proposals must include—
  • the Proposal section of your Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook
  • a scan/photo of Proposal Page E with four signatures—the Candidate, Scoutmaster, Troop Committee Chair, and the Beneficiary.
The workbook must be in PDF format, and all signatures must be together on one page.  Scouts, please "Be Prepared" and have your documents in order before you submit your Proposal.

As an example, this is what your signed page E should look like!

Example Signed Proposal Page E

When submitting your documents, please CC your Scoutmaster on your email.

Once your documents have been received and everything is in order, you will be added to the Board Schedule.

After your Project Review Board

Once your Project has been approved, you may begin working on it.  You are strongly encouraged to use the Workbook to help you continue planning and developing your Project.

Letters of Recommendation
Upon approval of your Project, you will received five envelopes.  These contain letters requesting a Letter of Recommendation on your behalf.  Mail or hand-deliver them to the five references you have listed on your Eagle Scout Rank Application.

My Project is Done.  Now What?

Once your Project is done, it's time to complete your Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook.

This needs to be submitted to the Eagle Board Chair as soon as possible after your project is completed, and will be kept on file until you are ready for your Eagle Board of Review.

Final Project Reports must include—
  • your completed Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook (Proposal, Plan and Report)
  • a scan/photo of the signed Project Report Page C with three signatures on one page— the Candidate, Scoutmaster and the Beneficiary.
As an example, this is what your signed page C should look like!

As soon as you have finished all the remaining rank requirements, complete your Eagle Scout Rank Application.  Be sure to obtain the necessary signatures from your Troop, make four copies for your records, and submit the original to the Council office.

Once your Eagle Scout Rank Application has been verified by Council and received by the Eagle Board Chair, you will be contacted to schedule your Board of Review.