For kindergarten, first grade, and second grade boys.
This impressionable age group is foundational in providing the background and training for solid mental, physical, social and spiritual growth into manhood. The Ranger Kids challenging and fun advancement system encourages boys to learn and grow using indoor and outdoor activities and games. The weekly lessons and objectives help to reinforce godly principles in their daily lives. In this age group the boys have an opportunity to achieve many advancements that can be worn on an awards vest each week as part of their official Royal Rangers uniform.
For third, fourth, and fifth grade boys.
For sixth, seventh, and eighth grade boys.
Adventure Rangers participate in more challenging camping and outdoor activities. They work on skill development in advanced camping, Junior Leadership Training, Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (FCF), working toward the Bronze, Silver and Gold medals with national recognition. The weekly planning guides will encourage the boys to learn and stay on course for the highest award a boy can earn—the Gold Medal of Achievement.
For ninth through twelfth grade boys.
This is an action-packed adventure trail. The Expedition Ranger is challenged by advanced camping and camp craft skill opportunities. These extreme activities offer boys in this age group opportunities to develop confidence to become more self-reliant and gain a greater appreciation of God. Several advancement tracks are available including Air, Sea, Trail, Chaplain and High Action Rangers, and more. Boys will be challenged to service through Home and Foreign Missions, Youth and Men’s Ministry.
Royal Rangers is a mentoring ministry for future men, providing Christlike character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a highly relational and fun environment. Our mission is to evangelize, equip, and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders.
Royal Rangers provides age-specific learning for boys in grades K - 12:
| Ranger Kids
Grades K - 2
| Discovery Rangers
Grades 3 - 5
| Adventure Rangers
Grades 6 - 8
| Expedition Rangers
Grades 9 - 12
Royal Rangers seeks to accomplish our mission through the use of our seven methods:
- A Defined Discipleship Process
- Guy-specific Small Groups
- Interactive Learning
- Group Identity
- Service & Ministry Outreach
More information on the Royal Rangers ministry can be found on the national Royal Rangers web site at royalrangers.com.
Outpost Annual Program Planning
Annual program planning plays a key role in the success of any Royal Rangers outpost. Consider this step-by-step process to insure your outpost's success.
Kenya Pathfinder Trip
The Royal Rangers national office will host a mission construction trip to Kenya on Nov. 3-11, 2017, as part of our 2017-2018 Catapult 700 mission emphasis. We would be excited to have you on our team! Couples are welcome.
Skill Merit Updates
To provide outpost leaders with the most current materials, we are constantly updating and expanding the skill merits available on TRaCclub. Several merits have now been updated, and more are in process.
Trappers Brigade & Arrowhead Merit Updates
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Hello from the National Training Coordinator
Greetings from the newest member of the national Royal Rangers staff, the National Training Coordinator.