Boy Scouts & Merit Badges

Scouts can earn more than 100 merit badges, many taught in classes as part of our year-round program, to help scouts progress on their journey through the scouting program.  We also offer free classes to help parents understand the Advancement Process and Eagle Rank paperwork.

When registering for the first time, it is best to create an account on the main page of the Registration screen before registering for classes.  That will save you from having to enter your personal information each time you register for a class.   

Register for classes

  1. Click here to register and pay for activities or classes online. 

Program Policies and Information

Please read through the policies and information in this document before registering for classes


Merit Badge Class Information

Citizenship in the Community & Eagle Scout Project Contact Information

BSA Physical Form

Geocaching Geohunt Planning Form

Totin' Chip Requirements

Hiking Trip Planner

Helpful Links

  1. Boy Scouts of America Home

    Boy Scouts of America Home

    Link to page
  2. Utah National Parks Council Home Page

    Link to page
  3. Utah National Parks Council Blog

    Utah National parks Council Blog

    Link to page
Merit Badge Sign Off
Meet the Councilman
In 2016 there were new rank requirements as well as a new rank that was incorporated into the Scouting program.  All scouts, regardless of where they are in scouting, must be using the new requirements for rank advancements.  If you are interested in seeing how the requirements changed, look at the document above to see a comparison of old and new requirements.

Also, many merit badge requirements have been revised.  Make sure you are using the latest merit badge requirements when you start working on any badge. 
To find merit badge requirements or to print off workbooks, click here.

Cyber Chip Award

CPR Class