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Uniforms are an important part of any good scouting program and wearing one has many benefits. It shows our pride in scouting, character development, citizenship training, and physical and mental fitness to the community, our family and our friends. Wearing uniforms has been a method of the scouting movement from the beginning. Decades of experience show uniforming to have many benefits, including these:

  • Equality – The uniform represents a democratic ideal of equality so that girls from various cultures and different economic levels wear the same uniform and cooperate as equals.

  • Identification – The uniform identifies a girl as a member of the “Frontier Girls” organization. Badges, ribbons, and other identifiers on the uniform tell other members that she belongs to a certain level, holds a certain position, and even identifies a good citizen to the entire community.

  • Achievement – The uniform displays badges and other awards so the accomplishments of each FG member can be immediately recognized.

  • Commitment – Wearing a uniform is a constant reminder to each Troop member of her commitment to the ideals and purposes of the FG program like duty to God, loyalty to country, and helpfulness to others.

For these reasons, among others, all parents should emphasize to their girls the importance of wearing her uniform, what we refer to as a Class A or Field uniform on all suitable occasions. In general, every member should wear her uniform to all FG Troop activities, including regular meetings, unit outings, and any activities done in an official Troop capacity. When playing sports, going to camp, or participating in other physical activities, we will typically ask members to wear an alternate uniform, what we refer to as a Class B uniform. Your Troop leaders will provide advance notice of any occasion when the girls should wear anything other than the complete uniform.

When your daughter first joins the program, her uniform should only display those uniform accessories that identify her status: the level tab, the level ribbons, the membership pin, the level pin, the national flag, and our troop numbers. As she progresses, your daughter will earn badges, pins, medals, and other insignia that tell of her accomplishments in the program. Please keep the uniform clean and in good repair. The official uniform is a sturdy, machine-washable garment that will last for years with proper care. Do not wear non-FG badges, awards, or insignia on the “Frontier Girls.” uniform or make any alterations to the uniform or insignia. Any time you are uncertain about uniform regulations, ask the troop leaders for guidance.


A proud scout is a well-dressed scout. Our colors are red, white and blue. Class A uniforms are required for all our members. We recommend the vest size you choose allows room for growth. These uniforms are to be worn in their entirety to all scouting functions unless otherwise noted. Uniforms can be purchased from The Frontier Girls and Quest Clubs Store. You will also need to purchase certain insignia to complete the uniforms. Please note that there is a correct place on the uniform for each insignia. To see the new Uniform Starter Kits, click HERE.

The official “Frontier Girls” uniform consists of:

  • Shirt:
    • White shirt – preferably a polo shirt, but any solid white shirt will do. When purchasing shirts, keep in mind that no cleavage should be shown and shirts should not be so tight against the chest.
  • Vest: fg_uniform_vest
    • Frontier Girls – red.
    • Owls – royal blue.
    • Program Leaders – navy blue.
  • Bottoms:
    • Accepted – skirt, skort, pants, shorts, or leggings; blue jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean, without holes and without embroidery or other colorful design work.
    • Non-accepted – cutoffs, mini-skirts, and low-waisted pants.
  • Uniform Accessories:
    • Level Tab
    • Level Ribbons
    • Membership Pin
    • Level Pin
    • US National Flag
    • 377 Troop Numerals

The Official Frontier Girls Uniform