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Grades & Levels

  • Girl Scout Daisy (grades K-1)
    Get to know yourself and others as you participate in fun, enriching activities.
  • Girl Scout Brownie (grades 2-3)
    Expand your horizons and become a team player. Try new things together!
  • Girl Scout Junior (grades 4-5)
    Share your growing skills with the larger community. Explore new ideas and challenge yourself.
  • Girl Scout Cadette (grades 6-8)
    Learn healthy life skills with friends old and new.
  • Girl Scout Senior (grades 9-10)
    Become an advocate in the community, mobilize others, and solve problems creatively.
  • Girl Scout Ambassador (grades 11-12)
    Refine leadership skills, increase your independence, and plan for your future.
     

Adults are Girl Scouts, too!

As an adult member, you can serve as a mentor, help at a Girl Scout event, volunteer in a troop or simply show that you support the Girl Scout mission. Join now!

 


 

Daisies

It’s never too early to start becoming a leader. If you are in kindergarten or first grade, you can be a Girl Scout Daisy. Discover yourself, connect with new friends, and grow together.

A Daisy will

  • Make new friends
  • Connect with the community
  • Earn recognition for accomplishments

Daisy Activities include

You don’t have to join a troop to have fun as a Daisy. Sign up for activities today!

 

Brownies

Join the fun and friendship! As a Girl Scout Brownie, you’ll explore the world around you in the company of your sister Girl Scouts.

A Brownie will

  • Develop cooperation and teamwork skills
  • Connect with her community
  • Celebrate accomplishments

Brownie Activities include

  • Earning Journey awards by building leadership skills (link to journeys)
  • Earning badges for math, health, cultural literacy, and more (link to badges page)
  • Attend day, troop, family, or other kinds of camp.
  • Participating in the Cookie Program

You don’t have to join a troop to have fun as a Brownie. Sign up for activities today!

 

Juniors

As a Girl Scout Junior, you’ll take charge of your experience. Plan troop activities as a team and choose the community projects that interest to you — all while having fun with your friends.

A Junior will

  • Explore her interests and build skills
  • Start applying leadership knowledge
  • Develop team-building
  • Learn how she can make a difference in her community

Junior Activities Include

You don’t have to join a troop to have fun as a Junior. Go to camp, travel with Girl Scouts or sign up for activities today!

 

 

Cadettes

Become a Girl Scout Cadette and expand your horizons in the company of great friends. Work with volunteers to plan community projects and group activities. As you make a difference in the world around you, you’ll gain self-confidence and have fun, too.

A Cadette will

  • Develop a sense of identity
  • Examine and address issues
  • Focus on healthy relationships and behaviors

Cadette Activities include

You don’t have to join a troop to have fun as a Cadette. Go to camp, travel with Girl Scouts or sign up for activities today!

 

Seniors

Think you’re too old to become a Girl Scout? No way! Now is a great time to join. As a Girl Scout Senior, you’ll tackle challenges that require critical thinking skills and independence. Plan enriching activities and start planning your future, too.

A Senior will

  • Develop confidence in her leadership skills
  • Make a significant impact on the community
  • Explore culture through travel
  • Learn and practice financial responsibility
  • Become a positive role model for younger girls

Senior Activities include

You don’t have to join a troop to have fun as a Senior. Go to camp, travel with Girl Scouts or sign up for activities today!

 

Ambassadors

Your voice matters. Become a Girl Scout Ambassador and speak out! As a Girl Scout Ambassador, you’ll discover how to advocate for the causes you care about and become the leader you were born to be. Connect with like-minded young women and work together to make a difference.

An Ambassador will

  • Explore and prepare for post-secondary education
  • Take a leadership role within her community
  • Build a support network
  • Assume civic responsibility
  • Become a positive role model for younger girls
  • Have an adult mentor

Ambassador Activities include

You don’t have to join a troop to have fun as an Ambassador. Travel with Girl Scouts or sign up for activities today!