Planning the Eagle Court of Honor – Eagle Scout Court of Honor
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Planning the Eagle Court of Honor

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU PASS YOUR BOARD OF REVIEW: After you have successfully passed your Board of Review, the Council will submit your Packet to the Utah National Parks Council, who will then submit it to BSA National. When approved, your Stake Advancement Chair will receive a notice that your certificate is available for pick up at the BSA Store in St. George and call you to let you know he/she has it. This can take as long as 4-8 weeks or even longer. Do not be concerned, be patient and wait. You will not be able to purchase the Eagle Award from the Scout Shop until you have received the certificate. You may plan for it, but do not schedule your Eagle Court of Honor until you have received approval back from National.

Please note: Your Eagle Board of Review date will be the date you will use for the date you achieved Eagle Rank.

Preparing for the Eagle Court of Honor

The following are ideas and awards that are available for Eagles and can be presented at the Eagle Court of Honor. Because the Eagle Award is done by the BSA District, we ask that you invite a BSA District Officer (Zion Advancement Chair or Snow Canyon Adancement Chair, Stake YM Presidency, Stake Primary Presidency, or others.) to represent the BSA and “preside” at the Eagle Court of Honor. Most anyone can present the Eagle Badge but the Eagle Charge should be administered by a previously awarded Eagle Scout.