About Us

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Scouting Activities Include:

Weekly Meetings — Boy lead meetings where they organize campouts, learn new skills and work on merit badges.

Monthly Campouts — Youth leaders plan a troop's program to build activities toward a monthly campout full of challenge, adventure, and fun. With at least one campout scheduled every month, patrols become very good at organizing their food and equipment. Scouts build on what they learned to become skilled at living in the outdoors any time of the year.

Summer Camps — Fun with a Purpose! Each camp program recognizes the importance of providing an enjoyable experience for young people, while at the same time, address the elements that are important to youth development, such as social adeptness, caring relationships, creative use of time and respect for oneself and others.

Order of the Arrow

As Scouting's national honor society, the Order of the Arrow recognizes youth and adults who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. Members promote camping, responsible outdoor adventures, and environmental stewardship as essential to every Scout's experience. The OA helps Scouts crystallize habits of leadership and helpfulness into a life purpose of cheerful service to otheres and to their nation.

National Eagle Scout Association

The National Eagle Scout Association is a fellowship of men who have achieved the Eagle Scout rank and who are eager
to devote their efforts toward forming the kind of young men America needs for leadership. NESA's objective is to serve Eagle
Scouts and, through them, the entire movement of Scouting.

Schools and Packs We Serve

Cub Scout Packs

  • Pack 3084
  • Pack 3087
  • Pack 3088
  • Pack 3095
  • Pack 3180
  • Pack 3288
  • Pack 3387
  • Pack 3435
  • Pack 3808
  • Pack 3888

Middle Schools

  • Mission Trail
  • Oregon Trail
  • Prairie Trail
  • Summit Trail

High Schools

  • Olathe North
  • Olathe Northwest
  • Olathe West
  • Saint James Catholic Church