Girls are registered as a Girl Scout according to their grade 

Girls in K5 – 1st grade are Girl Scout Daisies

Girls in 2nd – 3rd grade are Girl Scout Brownies

Girls in 4th – 5th grade are Girl Scout Juniors

Girls in 6th – 8th grade are Girl Scout Cadettes

Girls in 9th – 10th grade are Girl Scout Seniors

Girls in 11th – 12th grade are Girl Scout Ambassadors

What do Girl Scouts DO?

Girl Scouts gain leadership skills with the National Program Portfolio. The National Program Portfolio is made up of the National Leadership Journeys and The Girls Guide to Girl Scouting.

There are three different Leadership Journeys series: 

It’s Your Story – Tell It!

It’s Your Planet – Love It!

It’s Your World – Change It!

The Girls Guide to Girl Scouting is where girls find badges, a handbook, highest awards, Girl Scout history, tradition, and much more!

Check out our camp Sandy Ridge Girl Scout Program and Training Center

Check out the GSESC Shop for resources, uniforms, and fun Girl Scout merchandise!

We have a blog just for you! GSESC Girl Scout Juliettes

Take the Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge

Any adult participating with girls in Girl Scout activities must be a registered Girl Scout. An adult is considered anyone over the age of 18. Register here !


*IF you have program or technical/sign up questions, please email