Duke of Edinburgh's Award
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award was first introduced in the United Kingdom in 1936 as a means to encourage and motivate young people over 14 years of age to become involved in a program of self-development.
The Extended Stay Program is an opportunity for boys to become involved in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Boys will be introduced to the Bronze Award and are encouraged to participate.
Due to the nature of the Award, students will not gain the Award by simply participating in the extended stay program; boys will need to commit to the Award after they leave the program.
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