August 2-7, 2015 Overnight Youth Camp
What we teach for Advanced Arts of the Scout is never written, but it requires a pledge of morals and service to the world before learning. Participants can expect to participate in Scout Missions with the introductory scouts, but will be expected to take their skills to a new level. They will move slower; act with more forethought; and execute complex plans to achieve their objectives. Advanced Scouts will place greater emphasis on selfless service; intuition; mind over matter; and acting as an agent of change.
Ages 9-13 & 13-17: Open/Available with prerequisite. Space is available, but you need to have attended Secrets of the Ancient Scout (in a prior year), or complete The Wildlife Safari (prior week) with flying colors.
Camp Goals & Skills Covered:
The primary goal of Advanced Arts of the Scout is to integrate the scout code of morals so deeply that it transcends the participant’s life. A point where scout ideals are no longer abstract concepts and, instead, ways of being. In order to do so, you may take a proficiency challenge to demonstrate that you have become accomplished in the following morals:
- Joyful Interest;
- Sensitive Honesty;
- Love & Peace;
- Will to Serve;
- Humble Respect.
Skills include but are not limited to:
- Establish Secret Scout Camp;
- Boobie Traps;
- Smokeless Fires;
- Meditative exercises for body control – overcoming cold, fear, and pain;
- Navigate without modern devices;
- Log Balancing & Jousting;
- Build invisible scout pits.
Pick-up, Drop-off and Airport/Bus/Train Transportation:
Click here for location and transportation details which are the same as for the intro Secrets of the Ancient Scout running simultaneously.
Costs are the same as for the intro Secrets of the Ancient Scout running simultaneously.
Click here for costs to attend multiple weeks: Recommended additions to make Scout Camp most successful include Survivors Side of the Mountain and the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Challenge or Wilderness Nav & Orienteering Camp and the Wildlife Safari all taking place in July.
Standard Discounts: You will receive cumulative discounts of $5 per additional camp you attend this summer, $5 per additional family member attending this summer, $5 for successfully referring other families who register campers this summer, and $5 per online review you do for us on a searchable site like google once you’ve attended a program.
Check/Mail/Email Registration Option: Print out and complete our Microsoft Word Registration Form for each participant and send with a check deposit payable to the Wolf College, 1026 14th St. SW, Puyallup WA 98371. You can also email us a completed registration form and pay using your preferred method.
Credit/Debit Card Registration Option: Just call us at 253-604-4681 or 425-248-0253 and we will take your registration securely over the phone.
Our refund policy is that deposits are not refundable unless your registration is not accepted. If you cancel after making additional payment, you may receive a credit for a future program, minus a 25% administration fee of total payments made, in case of emergency. You will receive a full refund if your program is canceled and not rescheduled at a time that you can attend. No refund (and not necessarily any credit) is given if a participant is inappropriate at the program and asked to leave.
Camp Preparation: Agreements & Packing List