The Boy Scouts of America offers programs for young men and women of all ages. We serve the youth of Bucks, Mercer, and Hunterdon Counties through five separate age-appropriate programs.
Cub Scouting offers programming for elementary school-aged boys. Cub Scouts are organized into packs and dens and participate in exciting and engaging activities designed to stimulate their curiosity.
Boy Scouting is the "hallmark" program of the BSA, and offers programming for boys aged 11-17. Boy Scouting develops the leadership characteristics of young men as they grow into adulthood.
Venturing is a co-ed program of the BSA, and offers programming for young men and women aged 14-20. Venturing is a high-adventure centered program, offering leadership development through the outdoors.
Sea Scouting is similar to Venturing, including serving the same individuals (young men and women aged 14-20), but is oriented towards maritime activities.
Exploring is for young men and women aged 14-20, and provides career-based learning, allowing those individuals to learn more about a particular career field.
To learn more about a particular program, click on the links below. They will take you away from the website of the Washington Crossing Council, BSA.