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Frontier Girls is a scout like curriculum for girls designed for individuals and organizations to use as part of their youth programming. Our youth program for girls promotes community service, patriotism, life skills and leadership. With nine Areas of Discovery, our badges cover everything from outdoor skills like camping and kayaking to character traits like responsibility and teamwork. Whether a girl is looking to expand her life skills, explore a passion for science, make beautiful music or travel the world, we have what she is looking for.

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Our Program

Our Program

PROGRAM OVERVIEW   PROGRAM GOALS LIFE SKILLS Thousands of badges in nine Areas of Discovery, including the outdoors, encourage lifelong learning and allow girls to learn a multitude of life skills in any area that interests them.  Higher awards, such

About Us

About Us

  Raising Women of Honor to Be the Mothers and Leaders of the Future. Frontier Girls was founded in 2007 by Kerry Cordy as an alternative to Girl Scouts to form a program that blended her passion for traditional scouting

Badges

Badges

Thousands of Possibilities! Frontier Girls has made a commitment to write a badge for anything a girl wishes to learn about as long as it is not a controversial subject we feel is better addressed by parents or religious leaders. 

Program Options

Program Options

Whether you plan to participate as an individual or within a troop, Frontier Girls has a structure that will suit your needs. Age levels range from preschool through adult and the program is set up specifically for multiple ages to

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Interested in starting a Frontier Girls troop? Have Questions? Click here for a step by step guide to getting your troop up and running.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are Frontier Girls members part of a national organization?
No. Frontier Girls LLC simply sells a curriculum product. We sell membership subscriptions to our website and a license to use our name and uniform. All Frontier Girls troops are independently operated by individuals or organizations that have purchased a troop membership through Frontier Girls LLC. Each troop is an autonomous body operated and governed by a single individual, local non-profit organization, church, school, or business. These groups have purchased a subscription to our curriculum and a license to use the Frontier Girls name and logo as part of their youth programming. Frontier Girls troops may NOT be run as a for profit entity of any kind. Frontier Girls troops are not business franchises and are designed for youth education only.
If I purchase troop membership, do the girls still need to purchase individual memberships?
Yes. Each family must purchase either an individual or family membership depending on the number of girls they have participating in the program in order to have access to the badges and content and a license to use our name and wear our uniform. The troop membership is an additional $50 per year for the whole group (not per person) and grants access to all leader materials to any adult volunteering within your troop and also grants the group a license to use our name associated with a specifically assigned troop number. The added $50 covers our cost of working with troops as they take much more communication and tracking than those participating as individual Pioneers. In exchange for the added cost, we also provide a lot more materials specifically for troops that individual girls participating on their own do not need such as a leader handbook, liability forms, data tracking programs specifically for troops, etc.
Can different ages meet together?
The Frontier Girls program was written specifically with multiple age groups in mind. With today’s busy schedules it is difficult to get children to the many activities they wish to pursue. For this reason, girls preschool-adult can all be part of the same Frontier Girls troop. This allows families with more than one girl to all be part of the same troop so as not to add even more stress to the family schedule. This also allows older girls to act in leadership roles to teach and mentor the younger members, while providing the younger girls with role models closer to their own age. Within the troop, girls are divided into different program levels based on their age. Flag ceremonies, songs, snacks, and troop business can all be done as a troop. Girls may be divided into different program levels to work on various badge requirements when needed though we suggest keeping them together whenever possible.
Can my daughter participate as an individual?
Yes. All girls who wish to participate in the Frontier Girls program, use the name, and wear the uniform, must purchase an individual or family membership. They may then either participate in a local troop setting within a registered troop, or earn badges and awards as individuals at home as a Pioneer. Troop membership is not required.
Do we have to wear uniforms?
To fully participate in the Frontier Girls program, each girl will need a complete uniform. Without a vest, she has nowhere to put her badges and awards. Uniforms also promote teamwork and a cohesive group as everyone feels they are part of something larger than themselves. While we encourage all girls to wear the Frontier Girls uniform when participating in Frontier Girls activities, it is not always practical. Frontier Girls t-shirts or sweatshirts are recommended for any messy activity where uniforms may be stained or damaged.
Where can I find resources?
With the invention of the Internet, a variety of resources are now literally at your fingertips. Our website Curiosity Untamed, curiosityuntamed.net, is our resource website for both our Frontier Girls and Quest Clubs programs. On it you will find a variety of resources to help with badge work, ceremony ideas, crafts, meeting plans and more. If you can’t find what you are looking for, just ask! We are always willing to help locate resources on the Internet that will benefit our members. Our Facebook group called Frontier Girls and Quest Clubs is a great place to ask questions and get ideas. Don’t forget to also make use of your local library. Good old fashioned books are still a great way to learn new skills and information. You can also take advantage of local people and businesses with talents, knowledge, and skills in the area you are looking to teach.
What if I don’t have the skills necessary to teach a specific badge?
No leader can be an expert on everything their girls will want to learn about. You are welcome to take a class and learn the skill yourself first, but don’t be afraid to seek help from your community as well. We are trying to educate the girls on good citizenship. How can they learn about it if they never get a chance to see it in action? Let the members of your community share the joy of teaching your girls something by offering their own expertise. Just as the girls should be trying to make their community a better place through service, give your community a chance to make the girls better people as well.

Love the friendships of all different aged girls!

Nicole S.

We love the freedom and fun of earning badges how and when we want to. With so many to choose from, the girls can pick almost anything!!

Kittie R.

I love the huge array of interesting badges and higher level awards that my daughter can earn, as a homeschooling family we often do Frontier girls activities and badgework in addition to what she does with her troop.

Christina B.

I love the growth I see in my kids and in myself. I love Frontier Girls! My favorite of all our awards is the Life Skills! So grateful to be a part of this organization.

Elizabeth S.