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Girl Scouts and Homeschooling
Each week or so I will post a Scout Project we are working. Sometimes it will be something that goes with our current studies. Other times it will be something that is just scouting and we wanted to cover it in our homeschooling program. See what we are doing at Scout Projects.
Resources for both boy and girl scouts who also homeschool.
Locating Homeschool Girl Scout Troops
NOTE: to be linked here, a troop must have a majority of troop members being homeschooled; that is, 50% or more of their registered members.
El Paso Homeschool Girl Scout Troop
Our page is open to only families registered in our troop. If you would like more information about Girl Scouts or are interested in joining our troop please contact Molly Ryan-Taylor here on Facebook.
Home Educated Girl Scouts
This list is for home educated (homeschooled, unschooled) Girl Scouts, their families and their leaders. It is for sharing information, ideas and resources for combining our homeschool and Girl Scout experiences.
Homeschool Pride of Kansas
We have troops from Daisy – Ambassador. All our troops conveniently meet at the same time and place each week in west Wichita. The Homeschool Pride also gives you a chance to meet other homeschoolers and like-minded families. Girls ages 5-17 can join as a troop member.
Kentuckianna Brownie Girl Scouts
Homeschooling Brownie/Daisy Girl Scouts from Southern Indiana and Kentucky. Our bi-monthly meetings (Sept-May) are scheduled and coordinated alongside two other Homeschool troops of Juniors and Cadettes.
Kentuckianna Junior Girl Scouts
Homeschooling Junior Girl Scouts from Southern Indiana and Kentucky. Our bi-monthly meetings (Sept-May) are scheduled and coordinated alongside two other Homeschool troops of Daisy/Brownies and Cadettes.
Girl Guides of Canada
The program is activity-based and is the hands-on means by which Guiding achieves its ideals.
Girl Scouts of the USA
Organization main site for all your Girl Scouting questions and information.
The country’s leading youth organization, offers seven challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in nearly 4,500 individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.
Individually Registered Girl Scout (IRG) Program
There are many ways girls can take part in Girl Scouting. Depending on their free time and interests, they can register individually, for camp, as part of an interest group, or join a troop. If a girl registers individually, she may want to take part in one or two group events, like camp or a council-wide event. Contact your local council for more information.