Join Lexington girl scouts!

Lexington Girl Scouts serves girls in grades K-12 in Lexington, MA in public schools, private schools and homeschool.

Registration is required for all Girl Scouts each year (new and returning), to ensure current contact and health information.

Returning Scout?

  1. Click here to renew with Girl Scouts.

  2. Click here to print the Annual Girl Permission Form. Complete and return to your troop leader.

New Scout? Welcome!

  1. Learn about Girl Scouts by attending a new member information event. Whether you want to register your girl or become a volunteer (or both!), staff members and local volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and help you get started. Don't see a date that works for you? Let us know and we will be in touch.

  2. Click here to join Girl Scouts. If you have registered with a "forming troop," Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts (GSEMA) will reach out to you to connect registered families. Volunteers are often needed for forming troops.

  3. Contact Lexington Girl Scouts if you'd like assistance finding an existing troop for your Girl Scout.

  4. Can't find a spot in an existing troop for your girl's level? Start one! Caregivers make a key difference in the lives of girls by guiding them through the Girl Scout experience! Lexington Girl Scouts (Service Unit 387) has a team of dedicated leaders to support you along the way. GSEMA provides leaders with:

  • Online trainings that give you everything you need on your schedule

  • Activity Plans to help you prepare meetings

  • Flexibility! Leaders set troop meeting times and locations

Learn more about how to volunteer as a troop leader.

  1. Connect with your troop volunteers to learn more about troop dues, uniforms, meeting times and more.

  2. Visit LexingtonMAGirlScouts and GSEMA on Facebook to stay informed about current opportunities.

  3. Check out the GSEMA Program List for programs and trainings.

  4. Check out Girl Scouts at Home for virtual badge activities, journeys, resources, and more!

  5. Girl Scouts practice social distancing! Review the GSEMA Return to In-Person Troop Meeting Guidelines

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