Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, and Senior. In they added the new sixth level of Ambassadors.
They are considered in the appropriate level based on their grade on October 1, the start of each new Girl Scout year. There are exceptions for "special needs" but Girl Adult girl scout who are "young in grade" have not been specifically considered. Each year of membership in Girl Scouting is represented on the uniform by a small, golden, six-pointed membership star one per year with colored background discs which represent a level.
Now a white shirt and khaki bottom Adult girl scout accepted for all levels. Daisy is the initial level of Girl Scouting. Named for Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Lowthey are in kindergarten and first grade around ages 5—7. Daisies earn the Promise Center and Petals, which focus on the Girl Scout Law and are placed on the front of the tunic in a daisy design.
They also earn Leaves and Journey Leadership Awards. Their uniform consists of a light blue tunic. They may also wear their tunic with a white shirt and khaki bottoms or with an official Girl Scout Daisy uniform.
Daisies use the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for Daisies  and the National Leadership Journeys  to work on activities, may camp only with a parent present, and have the option to sell Girl Scout cookies.
Brownies are in second and third grades around ages 7—9. Their uniform consists of Adult girl scout brown vest or sash which may be worn with a white shirt and khaki bottoms or with an official Brownie uniform. Juniors are in fourth and fifth grades around ages 9— Juniors are the first level to wear the official Girl Scout Membership Pin on their Adult girl scout.
The Girl Scout Membership Star is worn with yellow membership disks. Badges require more skill at this level as the girls gain proficiency. Juniors are eligible to earn the Bronze Awardthe highest award in Girl Scouting available at this level.
Cadettes are Girl Scouts who are in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades around ages 12— The Girl Scout Membership Star is worn with white membership disks.
Typically, Girl Scouts at this level are encouraged to assume leadership roles within them, such as assisting in leading Adult girl scout coordinating service unit or association events. Seniors are Girl Scouts who are in ninth and tenth grade around ages 14— Seniors are eligible to earn the Gold Award.
Ambassadors are Adult girl scout Scouts who are in eleventh and twelfth grade around ages Ambassadors use the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for Ambassadors  and the National Leadership Journeys  to earn badges that are shaped like an octagon. Ambassadors are eligible to earn the Gold Award.
Adults, both men and women, can join Girl Scouts and participate as leaders or in other volunteer roles. They do not need to have a child in the program in order to volunteer with Girl Scouts.
Young adults who attend an institute of higher learning may join or start a Campus Girl Scout group on their campus. While they are full adult members in Girl Scouts and do not form a troop or sell cookies, joining them allows them to get involved with their campus community and beyond.
They may lead troops, volunteer for Council events, help with paperwork or the cookie sale, complete service projects- their activities are driven by the members of the group. Initially the United States Girl Scout program, started inhad one level for girls ages ten through seventeen, but it soon added two more levels. Brownies for younger girls was officially recognized in the mids though it had existed earlier. At the same time older girls over eighteen or over sixteen if First Class Scouts became known as Senior Adult girl scout.
Inthe Daisy program for kindergartners age five was introduced, and around the Studio 2B program for girls eleven through seventeen was introduced as a way to give older girls more options in Girl Scouts, Adult girl scout many girls still called themselves Cadettes and Seniors.
In another reorganization took place. The Ambassador level was added.
All levels were changed to have Girl Scouts at the start of their name, e. Outside the age level programs, there have been somewhat separate programs for Mariner Scouts —present and Wing Scouts —s.