The Boy Scouts of the Philippines, BSP, is the national Scout association of the Philippines in the World Organization of the Scout Movement. It was "granted Recognition as a Member Organisation of the Boy Scouts International Conference...with effect from 1–10–1946" by virtue of certification signed by J. S. Wilson, Olave Baden-Powell, and Daniel Spry. For most of the late 20th century and into the 21st century, the Boy Scouts of the Philippines was among the largest Scout organizations in the world in terms of membership count (usually behind the Boy Scouts of America and the co-ed Gerakan Pramuka Indonesia), largely due to the organization's dependence on the Department of Education.
Basay National High School produced scouts that fits the saying “ Laging Handa”. In terms of facing challenges and overcoming them. Scout camping at Sitio Omod, Brgy. Maninihon, Bayawan City, NIR promotes the students not only to be more disciplined and skillful in terms of emergency and survival situations but as a person who practice their learnings in their everyday lives. A lot of enjoyable challenges during the camping were enjoyed by both the scouts and their teacher leader. Crawling over the mud, crossing the river while hanging on the rope, tree climbing with a rope, these are just examples of the activities we had during the activity.
From October 12-15, 2016, the rain seldom stops. But it was not an excuse for us do the activities and challenges. A nd our labor bares the sweetest fruits. The Basay NHS Scouts are Champion for the division jingles and campfire subcamp competition. They were able to learn a new jingle, that goes, “ I left my mom with 44 kids, to a new old man with a peanut stand did go right? Right? Right to the country where I came from. Left foot right foot dance with jingle left, left, left, right, left, right left.