Site Information & Policies

Order of the Arrow High Adventure
Official National Order of the Arrow Web Site
Boy Scouts of America
www.oa-bsa.org

Operation
This is the "Order of the Arrow High Adventure" area of the Official National Web Site for the Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America. The main goal of this web site is to provide both information to Arrowmen interested in the Order of the Arrow's three High Adventure programs, and to provide resources for Chapter, Lodge, Section, and Regional leaders in promoting OA High Adventure.

This website is maintained under the direction of the OA High Adventure Promotions Task Force. The Website Coordinator is J CroomRyan Braddy is the National OA High Adventure Task Force Chairman. Scott Beckett is the National OA Committee Outdoor Program vice-chair. The four Region High Adventure Coordinators are listed below:

Central: Matt Kaney
Northeast: Sean McCormick
Southern: Matt Hall
Western: Alan Camarillo

This site follows the Official OA Web Site Guidelines.

Use of Material from this Site
In general, Order of the Arrow members may freely reprint material from the national OA web site for their own use, or in local publications as part of the official program of the OA, as long as proper credit is given as to where the material came from. (A simple byline of "-from the National OA Web Site, www.oa-bsa.org" is fine, or the footer statement that appears on the bottom of each page can be used.)

Please do not copy the material presented here to a local web site. Instead, put a link to the national OA web site and how to access the "Order of the Arrow High Adventure" area of the site. This ensures that local users will always get the most current copy when the pages here are updated, and it also saves local webmasters from any need to edit or retype our pages.

Please feel free to use one of our link banners to direct visitors to our site. See our Resources page for more information.

Updates
The "Order of the Arrow High Adventure" area of the national OA web site will be updated as necessary.

Questions
If you have questions about the Order of the Arrow, remember that one of your best resources is your OA Handbook. If you cannot find the information there, you should first try to get an answer locally from your own lodge or chapter chief or adviser.