The The American Legion's Boys State program is a unique way for young men to learn about the American system of government by taking part in a mock governmental system. The program occurs for one week each summer. Young men that have just completed their junior year of high school travel to a college or university location in their home state. They learn by doing.

"I cannot speak highly enough of what Boys State has meant to me. As I know that [my] High School is truly committed to developing leaders and moral character in its students, please know that the American Legion program of Boys State is a worthwhile and truly meaningful and transformational experience for all those who are so fortunate to be invited to take part."
--Michael Courtney, NHBS Class of 2012

"A WEEK TO SHAPE A LIFETIME" -- RIVIER UNIVERSITY, NASHUA, N.H.
CITIZENSHIP - DEMOCRACY - GOVERNMENT



For additional information on the program check out the Frequently Asked Questions.



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This site designed by Mark McCall. Last updated 15 December 2014.