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Ages 5 - 7 (K - US Grade 1)
It’s never too early to start being a leader. Daisies can earn Learning Petals and participation patches, go to day camps and participate in service projects. As a Daisy, you’ll work on nature, science, technology and math projects while earning recognition for accomplishments and connecting with the community. Discover yourself, connect with new friends and grow together!
Ages 9 - 11 (US Grade 4 - 5)
As a Junior, you’ll take charge of your experience. Plan troop trips and activities as a team and choose the community projects that speak to you — all while having fun with your friends. As a Junior, you’ll develop team building, start applying leadership knowledge and explore your interests. You can also earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award as well as badges in math, science, health, cultural literacy, and more!
Ages 14 - 16 (US Grade 9 - 10)
As a Girl Scout Senior, you’ll tackle challenges that require critical thinking skills and independence. Plan enriching activities as a team or as an individual, and start planning your future. You can also participate in the Counselor-in-Training Program, and plan and take trips to other cities, states or countries. In addition to earning badges and awards, you can work toward earning the Girl Scout Gold Award. Think you’re too old to become a Girl Scout? No way – now is a great time to join!
Ages 7 - 9 (US Grade 2 -3)
As a Brownie, you’ll explore the world around you in the company of your troop members. Brownies can earn badges, go to day and/or weekend camps and take part in other activities chosen and planned as a group. As a Brownie, you’ll develop cooperation skills, connect with your community and celebrate accomplishments. Join in the fun and friendship!
Ages 11 - 14 (US Grade 6 - 8)
As a Cadette, you can plan and take trips to other cities or states, participate in overnight camps and work toward earning the Girl Scout Silver Award. You’ll also work with volunteers to plan community projects and group activities. As you give back to the world around you, you’ll gain self-confidence and have fun, too.
Ages 16 - 18 (US Grade 11 - 12)
As a Girl Scout Ambassador, you can explore careers, participate in CIT program and plan and take trips near and far. You can also work toward earning the Girl Scout Gold Award along with badges and awards. As an Ambassador, you’ll discover how to be an advocate for the causes you care about. Connect with like-minded young women and work together to make a difference.