(Grades 9 – 10)
Starting high school is an exciting and busy time. Senior Girl Scouting has activities, events, clubs and groups to suit your schedule and interests. You can seek an outdoor thrill like camping, kayaking, or mountain biking, become an activist for a cause that is important to you, or just make smoothies and chill out with other girls in a girls-only zone!
And you're never too old to join! If you are not already a Girl Scout, you don't have to worry about what you've missed . . . just look forward to what you can experience NOW!
- Rockin’ the Basics
Ready to take your climbing experience outdoors? Come find out if you know the basics of climbing, belaying, knots, and the value of Leave No Trace, before taking your expertise outside! This program is designed as the prerequisite for the Rock On! Outdoor Climb Program (Saturday, July 27) at Devil’s Lake State Park.
- Sow What? On the Farm
Girls on the Sow What? Journey learn the power of their own choices in impacting the food system. Bring it to life at Angelic Organics by diving into organic farming, community supported agriculture, and the power of a locally grown food in transforming economy, diet, and social relationships. Girls will lend a hand in helping with farm work projects, and create a light supper using ingredients from the farm.
- Wetland Wonders
Hidden among the prairie plants is the wet land of wetlands. Discover the plants and animals that depend on the wetlands. See how pollution can be cleaned up with the help of the wetlands. Plan on getting a bit wet and dirty as we go in for a close look.
- Build Your Thrills
Discover the science of building your own amusement park by developing a carousel, designing a rollercoaster car, and creating your own amusement park layout. What better way to get ideas for your own park than spending a day at Six Flags Great America?
- Camp—Have Backpack Will Travel
Learn the basics of backpacking, including proper packing of your pack and safety while on the trail. Then pack your newfound knowledge out to Rock Cut State Park for a day trip. Backpacks will be provided to each camper; however you are more than welcome to bring your own with you!
- Camp—Outdoor Sampler
Looking to squeeze the most out of your camp session? Check out this sampler filled with swimming, camp games, horseback riding, and other camp favorites!
- See more events.