The Piedmont Council programs help our youth, both boys and girls, realize what they’re truly capable of through fun, exciting activities. The life lessons learned in Scouting form a foundation to embrace opportunity and overcome obstacles in life.

Piedmont Scouting consistently ranks as one of the top councils nationwide. Our programs deliver life skills building experiences, youth leadership opportunities and positive relationships with caring adult mentors.

Scouting Programs

What distinguishes Scouting from other youth activities and keeps our programs relevant is that youth learn to do things themselves and take an active role in leading their programs. Further, Scouting programs are inclusive and collaborative rather than competitive.


Cub Scouts

(K – 5th grade; Lion, Tiger, Wolf, Bear and Webelos)
Cub Scouts is big time fun. Whether it’s setting up a tent, shooting homemade rockets, cooking over a campfire, building a Pinewood Derby car or doing community service work, Cub Scouts learn the best possible way — by doing! Cub Scouts lets kids have fun while teaching them skills that will help them later on.
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Scouts BSA

(Boys and girls 11-17 years old)
Members of Scouts BSA have real-world experiences and adventures. They get outdoors, explore hobbies, sciences and even future career choices, learn leadership skills, and discover talents and interests while having fun with friends.
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(Coed youth ages 14-20)
Venturing gives young men and women access to a range of programs that allow them to explore specific interests and empowers them to create their own experiences. It brings Scouting values to life through both high-adventure outdoor activities and challenging real-world projects.
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(Coed youth 10-20 years old)
Exploring is a unique career exploration program for young men and women ages 10 – 20. Police Explorer Post 911 brings the classroom into the real world, providing students with hands-on experience and exciting activities under the mentorship of Piedmont Police officers.
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Sea Scouts

(Coed youth 14 – 20 years old)
Sea Scout Ship 16 offers maritime adventures and instruction. Members learn sailing skills, safety awareness and develop teamwork while learning to operate our own 34 foot sailboat, the SSS Revenge.
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Order of the Arrow Honor Society

The Order of the Arrow is the “honor society” of the BSA who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law. Our Lodge organizes overnight camping trips, conducts community service projects and officiates at various Council events.
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Learning for Life – Piedmont Language School

(Coed preschool – 6th grade)
Piedmont Language School makes academic learning fun with age-appropriate material. The program prepares and inspires children for continued study, work and citizenship in our global community.
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Stay connected to the Scouting community and get involved! Help more youth experience the excitement, adventure, and life-changing programs of Scouting.
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Our Volunteers

The Piedmont Council is fortunate to have dedicated staff and over 150 trained volunteers responsive to the needs of our youth, both boys and girls, aged 5-18. With their help, we continue to provide safe and relevant programs through Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, coed Venturing, coed Explorers and coed Sea Scouts.

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