Patrols


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The patrol system is not one method in which Scouting can be carried on. It is the only method.”
—Lord Baden-Powell, Scouting’s founder


The patrol is the most central part of a scout's journey in scouting. Our patrols are designed around scouts being around peers in their age/grade group. Patrols will be organized ideally with 8 scouts, but no more than 10, with the exception of Chieftain and Panther.

+ New scouts will join the Panther Patrol for their first year. Panther will always be the new scout patrol.
+ Upon graduation, they'll move to a patrol for their age group. If the scout is in grade 6 or 7, they will be moved into a patrol for those 2 grades.
+ Once they reach grade 8, they'll be moved to a new patrol. This patrol will exist entirely of 8th graders and they'll stick together until the 10th grade.
+ After reaching 10th grade, the scouts will be moved to Chieftain Patrol until the end of their scouting career.

Throughout one's scouting journey, they will have been through 4 patrols.

Our Current Patrols

Chieftain Patrol Logo

Chieftain

Chieftain Patrol is designed for older scouts. Once a scout reaches the 10th grade they will be in Chieftain until they turn 18.

Chieftain Patrol Flag
Owl Patrol Logo

Owl

Owl Patrol is for our 9th graders.

Owl Patrol Flag
Phoenix Patrol Logo

Phoenix

Phoenix is for our 8th graders.

Phoenix Patrol Flag
Cobra Patrol Logo

Cobra

Cobra is a 6th and 7th grade mix.

Cobra Patrol Flag
Viking Patrol Logo

Viking

Viking is a 6th and 7th grade mix.

Viking Patrol Flag
Panther Patrol Logo

Panther

Panther Patrol is our First Year Patrol.

Panther Patrol Flag

Unused Patrols

These patrols are not currently in use, but are available for use if the need arises.

Fierce Wolves Patrol Logo

Fierce Wolves

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Fierce Wolves Patrol Flag
Wolverine Patrol Logo

Wolverine

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