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Cub Scout Pack 155
(Algonquin, Illinois)
 
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Ranks



The cub scouting program is designed for recognition in accomplishing activities through rank advancement. Each grade is on a "track" to complete their rank requirements in that particular school year.
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Arrow of Light Grade 5
Webelos Grade 4-5
Bear Grade 3
Wolf Grade 2
Tiger Grade 1

Click on the rank award below to be taken to an external link on the USScouts.org page. Each rank icon will take you to the requirements for that particular rank award.

Bobcat  Tiger Wolf Bear Webelos Arrow of Light

BOBCAT RANK



*Earned by All Scouts*


All boys, regardless of age, earn the Bobcat badge first by learning the Cub Scout Promise, Law of the Pack, handshake, salute, sign, motto, and the meaning of "Webelos."

After receiving the Bobcat Badge, the boy works on requirements based
on age or grade of school.

TIGER RANK



The Tiger Cub Program is for first grade (or age 7) boys and their adult partners.

The Tiger Cub, working with his adult partner, completes 15 requirements during the year. As they progress, Tiger Cubs earn Totem Beads
 on the way to earning the Tiger Badge.

WOLF RANK



A Cub Scout in the second grade (or age 8) works on 12 Achievements to earn the Wolf Badge.

After he earns his badge, he may work on electives in different interest areas until he is old enough to begin work on the next rank.

For every 10 electives a boy completes, he earns an Arrow Points. A boy may earn as many Arrow Points as he wishes.

BEAR RANK



A Cub Scout in the third grade (or age 9) completes 12 of 24 Achievements to earn the Bear Badge.

After he earns his badge, he may work on electives in different interest areas until he is old enough to begin work on the next rank.

For every 10 electives a boy completes, he earns an Arrow Points. A boy may earn as many Arrow Points as he wishes. 

WEBELOS I & II RANK



A Cub Scout in the fourth or fifth grade (age 10 or 11) works toward completing 20 Activity Pins to earn the WeBeLos Badge.

After earning the WeBeLos Badge, the Scout works towards completion of the Arrow of Light Award which is Cub Scouting's Highest Honor.

The WeBeLos program prepares the Scouts for the moment when they Crossover into the Boy Scout Troop of their choice.