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Answers to your questions about Cub Scouting can be found in the video below..

 

Cub Scouting

is for boys and girls in Kindergarten-5th grade (5-10 years old)

For more information about the Cub Scout program, please check out our New Cub Scout Parent Guide

Download step-by-step instructions for the online registration process.

 

Scouts BSA

is for boys and girls in 6th-12th grade (11-17 years old)

 

For more information at the Scouts BSA program, please check out our New Scouts BSA Parent Guide.

Scouting for Everyone

The mission and core values in the Scout Oath and Law are important and relevant for both boys and girls in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. Youth are invited to take part in the fun and adventure that will help them build the confidence to find and forge a path to their own best self – today and in the future.

Your child can be a member of Scouting for $80 per year – that breaks out to a monthly price of $6.25 (or one fancy coffee). There is also a one-time joining fee of $25. But, don’t let the price deter you; there are options to assist you.

Children grow up so fast. Give your child a valuable gift by joining Scouting. The time you invest in your child today will make a difference in the person he or she becomes tomorrow. Because Scouting works; Scouting matters; Scouting lasts …. a lifetime.

About Circle Ten Council

Even in the face of adversity, our Circle Ten Council has remained committed to providing the magic of the Scouting program to all of our council’s nearly 33,000 youth. From virtual day camps, unit meetings, district roundtables and even Eagle Scout courts of honor, our Scouters have adapted to these difficult times in order to overcome and Scout on!

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Already a member of Circle Ten Council? Newly joined the council? You will find all of the information you need about Scouting activities in the Circle Ten Council Hub. 

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Scouting Lasts! Scouting Builds Positive Character Through Lifelong Learning

Success in life often comes down to making the best of any situation. Scouting hands youth situations and shows them how to make the best of them. It shows them how to build their own shelter in a hailstorm so they will know how to weather any storm life throws at them. Scouts learn how to navigate the woods without getting lost so that they can navigate life without losing the principles and values instilled in them. Scouting helps youth realize what they’re truly capable of doing in a fun and responsible way.

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Scouting in Action

Everyone Deserves Scouting

The Boy Scouts of America has helped lay the foundation for the future for more than 160 million alumni and members, both male and female. Generations of young people have been shaped by our time-tested program that teaches values, builds character, and exposes our most impressionable beings to skills they wouldn’t otherwise acquire.

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Scouting in Action

The Outdoor Classroom

In Scouting, preparedness is more than just a motto. “Prepared. For Life.” provides a succinct way to illustrate what Scouting is all about and to explain our role in helping young people on their journey to adulthood.

When we talk about “Prepared. For Life. ™” in Scouting, it is literally what we teach. We prepare them for adventure by promoting youth to pursue an active and healthy lifestyle, and to enjoy the great outdoors in a responsible way. We prepare them for leadership by giving young people the skills to take ownership of new tasks and lead by example.

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Scouting Works! Scouting Builds Positive Character Through Mentoring

“A sign of a good leader is not how many followers you have but how many leaders you create.” Mahatma Gandhi

Since the inception of the Boy Scouts of America in 1910, one of their main objectives has been to provide strong role models for youth during their formative years. What our youth need are caring adults who are strong role models. We know that mentoring is an important component of Scouting and recent scientific research proves that Scouting builds character. Dr. Richard M. Lerner, a psychologist and youth expert at Tufts University and his team measured the character attributes of nearly 1,800 Cub Scouts and nearly 400 non-Scouts.

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Scouting in Action

Preparing Youth for the Future

Scouting is a vehicle that carries youth on a developmental journey that unlocks their full potential and leaves an indelible impression that lasts a lifetime. Scouts are taught self-confidence that allows them to react heroically in tragedy, the importance of serving others and meeting needs when they arise, and what it means to give back.

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Scouting Matters! Scouting Builds Positive Character Through Helping Others

Community service is perhaps one of the best benchmarks we can use to judge how our cities and towns are truly performing. When care for those who need it the most is lacking in our country, it speaks volumes about the direction of our society. It is what we do that determines who we are, and who we are is defined by the character we instill in our children and future generations to follow.

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Local Community Businesses Rise to the Call of Council Scout Program in Crisis

Camp Wisdom suffered a tremendous loss this year after thieves accessed the fenced property operated by Circle Ten Council and devastated the council’s Cycling Merit Badge and Mountain Biking Adventure Programs by stealing or damaging most all of the program’s equipment. Camp Wisdom also saw the kindness of generosity of the community as nearly all stolen and damaged equipment was replaced in a matter of weeks.

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A Summer of Excitement

The end of the school year is my favorite time of year. It signals the beginning of our summer programs. And this year, in particular, I am so excited to see those camps filled with activity. We missed our Scouts last year. I missed our Scouts. The Scouting program is dependent on our volunteers … but those Scouts are the reason we all do what we do. Our mantra through 2020 was keep calm and Scout on. Now, is the time to escape the great indoors. Let’s Scout on, at camp!

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Escape the Great Indoors
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Escape the Great Indoors

Research is now proving what the BSA has known for decades – that outdoor activities like camping and hiking have a profound positive impact on body, mind and spirit. As we emerge from COVID-19 restrictions, getting our youth outdoors is more important now than ever before.

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