About Boy Scout Troop 10


Thank you for looking at our website and gathering more information about our Troop. Troop 10 is based in Reseda, California. We have scouts and leaders from Northridge, Sylmar, Granada Hills, Lake Balboa, Mission Hills and all over the San Fernando Valley. Our troop meets at the First United Methodist Church of Reseda, located at 18120 Saticoy St., Reseda, CAIf you'd like to get in touch with us to get more information, please use this Contact Us Link


Troop 10 has a lot to be proud of...


  • 2018 Spirit Award Winner and Troop of the Week at Camp Chawanakee Summer Camp
  • 2017 First Place in the Boy Scout Division and 2nd Place Overall in the 2017 Patrol Challenge - The Robo Monkeys
  • 2017 Honor Troop at Camp Emerald Bay
  • 2017 OA Chapter and Lodge Chief are both Troop 10 Scouts
  • 2016 Honor Troop at Camp Baker Oregon
  • 2016 Honor Troop at Camporee
  • 2015 Division winners and Overall Grand Champions of The Patrol Challenge-The Hyperactive Titans
  • 2015 Gold Award from Emerald Bay Summer Camp
  • 2015 1st place overall at Camporee
  • 2014 Honor Troop at Camp Fiesta Island Summer Camp
  • 2013 Division winners and Overall Grand Champions of Patrol Challenge-The Renegades 

Troop 10 is composed of members of the community, both young and old. Scouts are 11 to 17 years old, Junior Leaders are 18 to 21 and Adult Leaders are 21 and over.


The Troop consists of the Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmasters, Junior Assistant Scoutmasters, Junior Leaders, and Scouts.


The Troop Committee is composed of citizens from the community and supervised by the Committee Chairman. The Chairman is supported by other officers of the committee, including a Secretary, Treasurer, and Program Director. The committee is supported by the committee members and the Scout leaders.


The Committee and Adult leaders share the responsibility of managing the Troop and counseling the Junior Leaders. Troop 10 is run by the scouts through the Troop Leadership Council (TLC) with support and guidance from adult volunteers.


The goals of the Troop are to build character, citizenship and physical fitness through the scouting program. Our outdoor activities include, camping, rock climbing, white water rafting, hiking, bicycling and backpacking. In addition to these activities, we perform community service and sponsor family outings.


We teach the discipline of scouting by living the Oath, Law, Slogan and Motto of The Boy Scouts of America. By participating in the Troop Programs and striving to live up to the Boy Scout Codes, a scout reaches his potential to be: