Senior Navigators

Senior Navigators is for boys and girls ages 11-18 and advancements through the levels are based on experience and knowledge. Through camping trips, hiking adventures, games, activities and community service, children build self esteem, respect for others, and independence. Children take control of their activities through leadership development.


    The first level for Senior Navigators. This level consists of introductions to first aid, survival skills, ecology, the Moral Compass and Cardinal Points.


    The second level, children learn to find their own path through the paths of others. They go on camping trips, learn more advanced first aid and survival skills, introduced to community service. They begin to learn the requirements of leadership.


    The third level, children own their path and start to pick their own curriculum from a list of achievement awards.* Continuing to advanced first aid, survival skills and community service, they start organizing events and trips.

    The final level. Children become leaders of the meetings, trips, events, and community service. They help younger members advance and work on mastering more of the requirements for the Summit Achievement Award.


    This is the equivalent to the Eagle Award. After completeing all the skills requirements and an intensive community service project approved by the Summit Achievement Board, a Navigator will attain this highest honor.


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