BSA Girls Troop 1978
For girls who want to push their limits and explore their world, our scout-led troop provides opportunities for challenging outdoor adventures and real-life leadership experiences.
St. Mark’s independent girl and boy troops share a common culture of high adventure and leadership training. They also share resources and coordinate joint activities, which gives them early exposure to real-world teamwork and interaction.
Our program is …
Scouts plan, teach, and execute all meetings and campouts. Adult mentors offer coaching in the background. This framework is the foundation for developing resilience and grit because it allows scouts to have a safe place to try, fail, and then try again.
hands-on and goal-oriented
Weekly activates and campouts are fun, but not for fun's sake. They are carefully planned to develop skills in self-reliance, character, physical fitness, and leadership. Scouts continuously challenge themselves mentally and physically as they advance.
Focused on community service and awareness
Scouts in Girl and Boy Troops 1978 are known within our community and beyond for their character, service, and leadership skills.
built on enthusiastic volunteers
Parents and community members are actively engaged in creating a well-run, well-rounded program.
Tuesdays from 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
St. Mark’s Activity Center
Contact: Tara Ogden (Scoutmaster)
2019-2020 Camping Schedule
During the School-year
Girls and boys camp separately but follow the same schedule:
October: Shooting Sports
November: Camping Skills Campout
December: Holiday Party
January: Winter Merit Badge Camp + Venture Backpacking
February: Ski Day Trip + Girls’ Camporee
April: Scout Skills Campout
May: Assateague Beach campout
June: Whitewater Rafting Day Trip
Northern Tier (high adventure camp)
How to Join
To join the Girls’ Troop 1978, just fill out this form and come to our next meeting. We follow the FCPS calendar. So if school activities are cancelled on a Tuesday night, we won’t meet.
Once you are at the meeting, look for a uniformed leader and let them know it is your first meeting. He or she will help you fight the right place to go and set you up with the proper paperwork to get you started!
Why we do this…
Vienna, Virginia. Girls in Boy Scouts. Girl's Troop. Scouts BSA. Family Scouting. Boy Scouts.