Girl Scout Advantage
Girl Scouts provides experiences that will challenge you-helping you figure out what you want to do with your life, taking you to incredible places, and bringing you to new heights of personal achievement.
From Girl Scout Daisy to Girl Scout Ambassador, your journey begins with the Girl Scout environment. Among other girls, away from school pressures, and away from social cliques-you can be yourself and try new things.
At Girl Scouts, activities are girl-led. You'll learns by doing, and participate in opportunities as varied as the world-so you can "try on" different leadership roles and choose the ones that fit you best.
Girl Scouts helps you discover the leader you can be, and connect with others to have an effect on your world.
Girl Scouting draws its strength from a variety of factors: a well-researched national program, age-appropriate activities, and dedicated adult leadership.
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Program Grade Levels
Girl Scout Daisies are in Kindergarten and first grades.
Girl Scout Daisies are the newest and youngest members of the Girl Scout family. Girl Scout Daisies go on trips, learn about nature and science, and explore the arts and their communities.
Girl Scout Brownies are in second and third grades.
If you're an explorer or a discoverer -- or would like to be one -- then you're all set to be a Girl Scout Brownie! Friendship, fun, and age-appropriate activities begin at the Brownie Girl Scout activiites and move out to the community and wider world.
Girl Scout Juniors are in fourth and fifth grades.
Do you look around at new and interesting things and think, "I'd like to try that!"? That's what Girl Scout Juniors is all about. Girl Scout Juniors discover what girl power is all about through new activities and by learning to take charge of their own plans.
Girl Scout Cadettes are in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
Girl Scout Cadettes take on a whole new dimension and lets you be the one to take the lead. Girl Scout Cadettes improve their leadership skills and work to assist younger Girl Scouts. They focus on adventure and community service, as they develop the people skills that future leaders need.
Girl Scout Seniors are in ninth and tenth grades.
Girl Scout Seniors take on a deeper dimension into their world! Girl Scout Seniors explore travel, career options, self-image and healthy lifestyles. They learn about and develop their own values, attitudes, actions and leadership. They expand their friendships, develop confidence and learn to advocate for issues they truly care about.
Girl Scout Ambassadors are in eleventh and twelfth grades.
Girl Scout Ambassadors mix and match activities and resources to suit their interests while also giving back to the community. They gain and improve upon a wide array of skills (including networking, planning and speaking up for what they believe) that will benefit as they prepare for life beyond high school. Girl Scout Ambassadors learn about the decision-making process and explore ways to create and present their own unique visions of the changes they want to make in the world.
*Once a member, Girl Scouts at all grade levels may participate in Girl Scout activities in any pathway - either individually or in a group experience.