Who can be a Girl Scout?
Girl Scouting is open to all girls ages 5-17 regardless of race, creed, nationality or socio-economic status. To join Rolling Hills Girl Scouts, you must live or attend school within the Rolling Hills Service Area. If you do not live within this area, check your phone book or GSUSA's Council Finder for your local council.
Girl Scouting offers one continuous program with five different age levels:
What can Girl Scouts do?
Daisy Girl Scouts learn many different things by doing arts and crafts, singing songs, and playing games. They learn how to share and they explore the exciting world around them.
Brownie Girl Scouts earn Try-its, go to camp, make new friends, do crafts, dance, play games, explore, and develop new skills.
Junior Girl Scouts earn badges, learn new skills and discover new things about themselves. Junior Girl Scouts take part in a wide variety of programs including camp.
Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts begin to broaden the
world around them by earning Interest Project awards and
by learning new leadership skills. Cadette and Seniors
have many options open to them, including the Destinations
program. Leadership experiences are available in
a variety of ways, including working at summer camp!
How do girls participate?
Are you interested?
If you are interested in joining a troop, have your parent or guardian complete the On-line Recruitment Form indicating your interest in joining. Your name will be forwarded to the volunteer organizer in your community. Placement in a troop is contingent on availability of leaders.
If you are interested in becoming an individually-registered Girl Scout, read about Juliette/Troop 2000 Girl Scouts.
Parents/Guardians: become involved as an
adult volunteer and share in
the rewards of Girl Scouting!
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