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The Boy Scouts of America is organized with multiple levels of geographic administrative units. The top level is referred to as national. National is comprised of regions, which are comprised of areas. Areas, in turn, are comprised of councils, which are divided into districts. Each unit (pack, troop, crew, ship, club, or post) belongs (is assigned) to one district.

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Region

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Region

At the national level, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has four geographical administrative units, called Regions.

  • Northeast Region
  • Southern Region
  • Central Region
  • Western Region

Each region has a regional director, regional staffs, a regional president, and regional committee members.

Area

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Area

Area is an administrative section of a BSA region containing a number of councils. Regions have from five to eight areas.

Council

Main article: Council

District

Main article: District
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