A Girl Scout Cadette troop is made up of girls in the 6th, 7th and/or 8th grade.
Making forever friends, saving the planet, standing up against stereotypes, using their powers for the greater good—that’s what being a Girl Scout Cadette is all about.
Cadettes blaze trails in the wilderness, write and direct their own movies, express themselves with confidence, make delicious meals from around the world, and pick up practical life skills. Their curiosity and imagination lead the way as they try all kinds of new experiences.
As a Cadette (grades 6–8), she might:
Earn her Silver Award, the highest award a Cadette can attain
Get outdoors and off the beaten trail
Try out new experiences (and learn new skills) as she earns badges
Gain confidence as she mentors younger Girl Scouts (and earns her Leadership in Action award in the process)