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The Sam Houston Area Council is divided into geographic districts.
Apollo District is in the South Division and serves the southeast and southwest area of the Houston ISD, including Sharpstown, Bellaire, Meyerland, Braes Oak, Third Ward, Sunnyside, and Hiram Clarke areas.
Arrowhead District is in the South Division and serves Scouts living in the Alief and Fort Bend (north of US-59 in Fort Bend County) school districts.
Arrowmoon District is in the North Division and serves Anderson-Shiro, Bryan, Caldwell, College Station, Huntsville, Madisonville County Navasota and Richards school districts.
Big Cypress is in the West Division and serves the northwest area of the Cy-Fair ISD attendance zones of Harris County, including Cypress, Bridgeland and Fairfield.
Coastal Plains District is in the South Division and serves in the following school districts: Lamar, Needville, Brazos, Van Vleck, Bay City, Boling, East Bernard, El Campo, Louise, Matagorda, Palacios, Tidehaven, Weimar, and Wharton in Austin and Fort Bend counties.
David Crockett District is located in the West Division and serves Bellville, Brazos. Brenham, Burton, Hempstead, Sealy, Somerville and Waller school districts.
Flaming Arrow is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in the Splendora, New Caney, Huffman and Humble school districts.
George Strake is the North Division and serves Scouts in Conroe ISD (south of the San Jacinto River) which serves The Woodlands, Oak Ridge, and Shenandoah.
Iron Horse is in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Spring and Klein school districts (east of Kuykendahl).
Lone Star is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in Houston schools in Garden Oaks, Oak Forest, Acres Homes, the Heights, Independence Heights, North side of Downtown Houston, Magnolia, Denver Harbor, Wallisville Road and Port of Houston area.
Mustang District is in the South Division and serves Scouts living in the Spring Branch and Houston (north of Westheimer and outside of Beltway 8) school districts.
Orion District is in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Tomball, Magnolia and Montgomery school districts.
Phoenix District is located in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Klein school district (west of Kuykendahl).
Raven District is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in East Houston, Barbers Hill, Galena Park, Goose Creek CISD, Channelview, Crosby, Sheldon and Mont Belvieu school districts.
Red Wolf Eagle is in the West Division and serves Scouts living in the eastern area of the Cy-Fair ISD and the southwest side of the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD.
San Jacinto District is located in the East Division and serves Clear Creek ISD, Deer Park ISD and La Porte ISD and the Pasadena area.
The Scoutreach service area is a non-traditional school based program. Scouting paraprofessionals support units in select schools in the Aldine ISD, Alief ISD, Fort Bend ISD, Houston ISD, Lamar ISD, North Forest ISD, and Spring Branch ISD.
Texas Skies is in the West Division and serves Scouts living in the Katy and Royal school districts.
Thunder Wolf is in the South Division and serves Scouts living in the Fort Bend school district (south of US-59 in Fort Bend county).
Twin Bayou is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in southwest area of Houston school district, including West University, Tanglewilde, River Oaks, Upper Kirby, Neartown, Galleria, Tanglewood and Westchase.
Help ensure the success of Scouting in the Sam Houston Area Council with meaningful gifts.
Endowment gifts ensure that the council can continue to offer the outstanding programs we now have and also grow to meet the needs of our youth and community for the next 100 years.
Other Ways to Give
Help ensure the success of Scouting by donating cars, trucks, RVs, trailers, boats, motors, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, securities, uniforms, camping equipment, services, company matching gifts, and company volunteer grants.
Donors can use giving to achieve personal goals, enhance your financial security, and to help shape the future of Scouting.
A variety of resources are available to assist parents and leaders in their Scouting efforts.
Health and Safety
BSA puts the utmost importance on the safe and healthy environments for its youth membership. The council takes great strides to ensure the safety of its youth and adult leadership.
A variety of forms and resources are available.
A variety of Leader Guide's are available to assist parents and leaders in their Scouting efforts.
Membership recruitment efforts take place throughout the year. Our main objective is to ensure that every youth is invited to join Scouting, and to fulfill our promise to new Scouts for a great Scouting program.
The Boy Scouts of America provides programs for boys ages 7-20 and girls ages 14-20.
There are four Scout Shops in the area to get all of your Scouting supplies.
Business-like finance management not only assures that your unit will remain solvent and have what it needs when it needs it,
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