Cub Scout Levels

Bobcat: All youth complete the requirements for Bobcat, whether they enter scouting as Tiger Cubs or when they are older. The scouts complete eight steps on the Bobcat Trail.

Tigers: Scouts in 1st Grade. Tiger Cubs learn new skills in partnership with an adult family member. They follow the motto “Search, Discover, Share!” working together on at home projects plus a monthly event with other Tiger Cub scouts and adults. Emphasis is on building closer adult/child relationships while introducing youth and parents to Scouting. During the scouting year, the Tiger Cubs work toward completion of the eight tracks of the Bobcat. They receive their badge at the May campfire as they advance to the level of Wolf Scout.

Wolves: Scouts in 2nd grade. Wolves meet weekly for age specific activities in small groups (8 or less, dens) under the direction of volunteer leaders. Monthly pack meetings bring dens and families together for recognition and fun. Scouts work on requirements with their families. Emphasis is on doing one’s best, cooperation and teamwork. The Wolf Scouts work toward completion of requirements for the Wolf Badge during the year. They receive the badge in the Spring as they prepare to advance to the level of Bear Scouts.

Bears: Scouts in 3rd grade. Bears meet weekly for age specific activities in small group s (8 or less, dens) under the direction of volunteer leaders. Monthly pack meetings bring dens and families together for recognition and fun. Scouts work on requirements with their families. Emphasis is on doing one’s best, cooperation and teamwork. The Bear Scouts work toward completion of requirements for the Bear Badge during the year. They receive the badge in the Spring as they prepare to advance to the level of Webelo Scouts.

Webelos: Scouts in 4th and 5th grade. Webelos is a two year program. Webelos meet weekly for age specific activities in small groups under the direction of volunteer leaders. Monthly pack meetings bring dens and families together for recognition and fun. Scouts work on requirements with their families. Emphasis is on doing one’s best, cooperation and teamwork.

Scouts: Toward the end of the two year program, the scouts receive the Arrow of Light and advance as Scouts to the Scouts BSA Troop of their choice.