An Eagle Scout Parent’s Guide – Eagle Scout Court of Honor
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An Eagle Scout Parent’s Guide

The Eagle Court of Honor is very likely one of the most exciting and important events in a young man’s life. By earning the Eagle Award, the Scout has demonstrated his commitment to himself, his community, and his Troop, and has made a significant step towards manhood. Almost everyone has heard, at one time or another, that less than two percent of all boys entering the Scouting program ever progress to this level of achievement. It is for these reasons that the presentation of the Eagle Award be conducted in an impressive and appropriate manner.