Eagle Board of Review
The Eagle Scout Board of Review is also a very important part of the process to become an Eagle Scout. During the board of review, the Life Scout must explain to adults, including those representing the local Council, how he became a Scout, what he has done while a Scout, how Scouting has helped him in areas outside of Scouting, and how he sought, planned, carried out, and reviewed his service project. It is an indicator of the Scout's communication, leadership, and self confidence skills. The Scout must do this himself; neither his parents nor his Scoutmaster is allowed to be present during the actual Board of Review.
Requirements for the Eagle Scout Board of Review:
1. Class "A" Scout uniform.
2. Merit badge sash.
3. Scout handbook.
4. Recite the Scout Oath and Scout Law.
Eagle Board of Reviews are scheduled at the Council Service Center approximately every two weeks.