Sol Leiman – Merit Badge College

  • March 8, 2019 - March 10, 2019

More info will be up on this website by mid January 2019

What: Merit Badge College is an opportunity for all Boy Scouts to meet with qualified counselors and earn merit badges needed for advancement towards ranks including required badges for Eagle Scout. Scouts below the rank of FIRST CLASS have access to the Five Arrows Advancement Program as well as some Merit Badge classes.

ADULT EDUCATION ranges from carded classes like Youth Protection and Safe Swim Defense to Supplemental Training; How to Teach a Merit Badge, Life to Eagle, and Conducting Boards of Review. Register early as these classes fill up rapidly and have a space cap.

Who:  For properly registered BSA Boy Scouts, Venturers and Adult Leaders.

             Webelos and Cub Scouts may NOT attend Merit Badge College as this event is for older youth registered in a  Scout Troop – Scouts                                         BSA– working on Merit Badges and adults.  Younger Scouts should remain at home and may attend when they are older and registered in                           Scouts BSA

When:    March 8-10, 2019.

Where:   Miramar High School, 3601 Southwest 89th Avenue, Miramar, FL 33025

Camping: As in past years the College offers camping. This college we are camping  at Camp Elmore. Camping sites are available and will accommodate all Scouts from your unit.   The College Camping Chairman will be available on the  grounds to assign each campsite.

Bus service will be provided for campers from Camp Elmore to Miramar High School on Saturday and Sunday morning to arrive for their breakfast at Miramar High School, and then returning back to Camp Elmore on Saturday evening after classes are over and on Sunday after classes close at noon for campers.  Leaders and parents  may transport their Scouts personally to and from Miramar High School as well.

Meals: All meals are prepared by the College, served in the cafeteria for -Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner and including Sunday breakfast.

Leadership: Each Unit is expected to register at least TWO paid adults with the boys and provide at least TWO adults to volunteer their assistance to the College. We are especially in need of Merit Badge Counselors and Five Arrow Instructors. All camping units are required to have TWO adult leaders present for overnight camping. Units provide all their own camping gear.

Weather: This is a “rain or shine” event.

Insurance: Liability as well as Sickness and Accident Insurance is provided for all registered members and leaders of the South Florida Council.

More Info: Please contact Staff Advisor  Duane Armstrong,  or (305) 364-0020 x 231 or (954) 584-4200 x 213 or contact Nelson Erazo, SL-MBC Counselors Coordinator, at (305) 322-7035 or email .




3601 Southwest 89th Avenue, Miramar, Florida, 33025, United States

3601 Southwest 89th Avenue, Miramar, FL 33025