Girl Scout Program Grade Levels

Girl Scouting is designed to meet girls' unique needs and interests at various stages in their lives.

Girl Scout Daisies

(Grades K-1) Girls learn more about themselves in relation to others. Girls participate in activities that help them understand the Girl Scout Promise and Law.

Troop 4374
Troop Leader: Sarah Haftarski
Assistant Troop Leader: Lisa Goertz
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Girl Scout Brownies

(Grades 2-3): Girls gain cooperative and team building skills. Girls participate in activities that help them try new and challenging things to expand their horizons.

Troop 2241
Troop Leader: Terry Sommers
Assistant Troop Leader: Sherry Krenke

Girl Scout Juniors

(Grades 4-5): Girls are a part of a larger community while gaining a clearer sense of individual identity. Girls participate in activities that help them explore new skills and ideas, plan and evaluate, and make healthy choices.

Troop 4089
Troop Leader: Donna McLeod
Assistant Troop Leader: Lynn Howard

Girl Scout Cadettes

(Grades 6-8): Girls strengthen existing relationships and seek new connections. Girls participate in activities that help them examine and address issues, practice and promote healthy behavior, and challenge themselves.
Troop 2952 (C6)
Troop Leader: Julie Sidello

Troop 2255 (C7)
Troop Leader: Debbie Schaefer

Girl Scout Seniors

(Grades 9-10): Girls recognize and address challenges to build healthy relationships and teamwork. Girls participate in activities that help them apply critical thinking skills, engage in and advocate for inclusiveness, and mobilize others.

Girl Scout Ambassadors

(Grades 11-12): Girls increase independence, seek community connections and partnerships, and strengthen relationship strategies. Girls participate in activities that equip them to pursue their future goals, live their values, and refine their leadership skills.