Eagle Scout is the highest advancement rank in Boy Scouting. Life to Eagle is a Troop 890 program, currently directed by Mr. Brad Knowlton, to guide Scouts that have attained Life rank to the achievement of Eagle rank.
- In 2014, 51,820 Scouts earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
- Since the beginning of Scouting, only 2% of Scouts have earned the Eagle rank.
- The average age of boys earning the Eagle Scout rank was 17.3 years of age (2009).
Troop 890’s Life-to-Eagle Resources:
- Road to Eagle Guide and Checklist (Word, PDF), Brad Knowlton 9/9/2015
- Troop 890 Eagle Advisors (Word, PDF) 9/9/2015
- Eagle Scout Rank Application, Form No. 512-728 (Eagle candidates must make sure this is the most current version of this form!) 2016 Printing
- Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, Form No. 512-927
- Eagle Scout project ideas
- Planning the Eagle Court of Honor (PDF, Word)
Additional Resources (PDF):
- National Eagle Scout Association
- National Eagle Scout Association brochure/application
- EagleScout.org – resources for Scouts, Scouters, and Parents
- U.S. Scouting Service: Eagle Requirements