According to the Bryan on Scouting article Eagle Scout Class of 2018: The numbers behind the numbers Eagle Scout Fact Sheet 6.49 percent of all Scouts attained the rank of Eagle in 2018. About 2.54 million Scouts achieved the rank of Eagle between 1912 and 2018.
For Scouts working on your Eagle rank, here are some links worth exploring:
Eagle Rank requirements on scouting.org
Some documents about the process from our District advancement committee
The Chief Seattle Council has forms online here
Forms From National: The current version of the project workbook has expandable text boxes and space for image import. It can only be modified using Adobe Reader 9 or later. The file must be saved locally to edit, you cannot edit (or view) the file in a browser window.
- Eagle Scout Rank Application, No 512-728
- Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, 512-927 (instructions and link)
Guidelines for age appropriate tool use during your service project
To find out more about Eagle Advancement on EagleScout.org click here
Also, be sure to visit the National Eagle Scout Association for other resources.
For Eagle Paperwork and Boards of Review contact
District Eagle Coordinators:
Bret Ahlstrom at 206-459-9806 or BretA@NLBSA.org
Patty Spear at 425-443-9662 or Patty@TheHouseofSpear.com
For Eagle Project Reviews contact