All About Challenger
Located in the heart of Florida’s Space coast, Challenger District delivers a world class Scouting program to the communities in North/Central Brevard County (from Pineda Causeway North).
With our team of highly trained, highly experienced, and highly committed volunteers, Challenger District consistently leads the Central Florida Council year after year in program delivery, program satisfaction, and retention.
Setting the Gold Standard for Central Florida
For 8 years running, Challenger District has been awarded the Journey to Excellence Gold Level, and has constantly placed in the top tier for all its programs.
Our Awesome Scouters
We love all of our volunteers! Our district is lucky to have such a diverse team of scouters – coming from all generations and backgrounds – from NASA Rocket Scientists and Doctors, to Home Care Advisors and Cleaning Professionals. With over 500 registered adult volunteer leaders in our district, we have a giant diversity of skills, talents, and opportunities for the Scouts in the area.
With over XXX scouts across our various scouting programs, we have opportunities for everyone. From the Lions program for those just starting Kindergarten, to police career exploration for young adults, we have programs and opportunities for everyone.
Scout Me In!
With our world class programs, our talented volunteers, and our scouts who “do their best” every day, what more could Challenger District need?
YOU are the missing piece of the puzzle. Weather you are a youth looking for opportunities for fun and adventure, or a grandparent with “an hour a week” free time to voulenteer, we have opportunities for everyone. The foundation of all of our success in Challenger District is because of individuals like you who took the first step and joined scouting.
Challenger District History
Although the BSA has been around since February 8, 1910, the Central Florida Council wasn’t chartered by the BSA until 1922, with 7 original districts (one each for the 7 counties it serves – Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Brevard, Volusia, and Flagler), of which, #5 – Brevard being the first District covering the Challenger District area. Throughout the years, the Challenger District area has seen many different names – from Columbia, to Canaveral, and more recently Eagle District in 19xx.
Challenger District, as it is known today, was created in 20xx when the Central Florida Council split up Eagle District into 2 separate areas – Challenger District in the North, and Riverside District in the South.