More than you ever imagined. They earn badges that will teach them about the different mediums an artist can work with, or how to advocate for changes to make their community better. They go on outdoor adventures, learn to sail, and give rock climbing a go. They form friendships that last a lifetime. And they do all this while making the world a brighter place.
Developing the leaders of tomorrow is our mission, and we work to ensure that all program offerings include components of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GLSE). Learn more about GSLE.
All programs are categorized under one of our four focus areas. The focus areas are S.T.E.M., Outdoors, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship. Learn more about our Focus Areas.
Activities for girls are categorized by grade level. By offering the program this way, we demonstrate our commitment to progression in Girl Scouts – increasing competency to develop a skill over time as you grow. Learn more about grade levels and age-appropriate activities for your Girl Scout.
Programs can be offered through a variety of sources. We invite you to try them all! On this calendar, you will find the following:
All registered Girl Scout members are welcome to sign up for any of our programs open to their grade level. Select programs are open to participation by non-GS family and friends. If a program allows non-members, it will be noted in the program description.
There are program pathways and awards not necessarily listed in this calendar. Learn more about all the ways to take part in Girl Scouts.
You will see a detailed receipt on your screen upon completion of the registration process. This receipt is your activity registration confirmation; if you do not automatically receive a detailed receipt, you have not completed the registration process. For some events, additional confirmations will be sent via email with more activity information.
To view events you are registered for, log in to MyGS and click MyActivities. Clicking the information icon next to each event will provide you with additional information.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
All cancellations must be submitted in writing by email to email@example.com. The refund policy is as follows.
A non-refundable deposit is required at the time of registration for each camp session. Deposits are applied to the total cost of the camp session and are non-transferrable to another camper.
The balance of the camp fee is due on the Monday two weeks before the start of the session.
Refunds, Cancellations & Changes
If a camper must leave camp early or cannot make it to camp due to unexpected circumstances:
Requests for refunds will only be considered until the end of August after the camp season. Refunds cannot be given for no-shows. Please email refund requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Domestic/International Destinations for Girls)
In the event Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus Pine Council finds it necessary to cancel an event or program, all troops/groups or individuals having submitted registrations and payments for that event or program will receive a full refund of all payments made via council check.
Financial assistance is available for all programs. Get the details and how to apply.
Have Program Credits from participating in Product Program Sales (Fall Product or Cookie Program)? Learn more about using your program credits.
Redeeming Program Credits Form. Please allow 2-3 days for credits to be processed.
COVID-19 is an extremely contagious virus that spreads easily through person-to-person contact. As with any social activity, participation in Girl Scouts could present the risk of contracting COVID-19. While GSACPC attempts to take every safety and preventative precaution, GSACPC cannot warrant that COVID-19 infection will not occur through participation in GSACPC programs.