Girl Scout Daisies (K-grade 1)
Daisies are our youngest girls. “Daisy” was the nickname of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low. Girls learn to work in small groups and begin to develop good citizenship, a sense of personal worth, awareness of others, personal responsibility, and an awareness of the world. When learning about the Girl Scout Promise and Law, girls may receive a Promise Center and Daisy Learning Petal Patches. Daisies can participate in the Journey curriculum.
Girl Scout Brownies (grades 2-3)
Brownies enjoy new opportunities, participate in group activities, and have fun! They learn to help make decisions, plan, and solve problems in a “Brownie Ring.” Brownies learn about “Kapers,” how to help others, and participate in service projects. Brownies can participate in the Journey curriculum.
Girl Scout Juniors (grades 4-5)
Juniors may earn proficiency awards either on their own or with a group as they develop and participate in more complex activities. Other awards include the Junior Aide Patch, Bronze Award, and Bridge to Girls 11-17. Girls begin to plan and budget for extended trips, enhanced skill-building activities, and more! Juniors can participate in the Journey curriculum.
Girl Scout Cadettes (grades 6-8)
Girls may work on a variety of awards and recognitions designed with additional challenges. Additional emphasis is placed on service to others and includes working on service bars or exploring careers. Girls may work to earn their Girl Scout Silver and Girl Scout Gold Awards. The travel pathway offers girls a chance for high adventure in new places! Cadettes can participate in the Journey curriculum.