Frontier Girls was founded in 2007 as an alternative to Girl Scouts to provide a scout-like program for girls that goes back to the values and goals of the original Girl Scouts. Our mission is to raise women of honor to be the mothers and leaders of the future through life skills, leadership, character building, teamwork and service to others.
Frontier Girls celebrates the American spirit that makes us great. Our country was built upon a strong faith in God, strong family values, and the acceptance of those who are different than ourselves. We are a people of loyalty, of faith, of innovation. We pride ourselves on our resourcefulness and our freedoms. These are the traits our country was built on, but they are slowly being eroded away in a culture of instant gratification and irresponsibility. The Frontier Girl program seeks to restore a focus on good moral character, patriotism, community service, and a love of learning that is being lost.
Included in our badge selection are character badges that address everything from joy and honesty to responsibility and modesty. These badges encourage girls to put these traits to use in their own lives, helping them to be good, well-mannered, self directed, respectful, disciplined, and honorable citizens.
Christian Life Academy’s Troop 387 enjoys being artistic and serving others. We have worked on a variety of badges, from Etiquette to Fire Building to Dog Training. The girls have enjoyed visiting the local nursing home, preparing donations for the local food bank and cancer center, as well as sending items to troops overseas. We are always looking for new ways to give back to the community and to shine bright for Christ through service projects. The Frontier Girls was started and is currently headed by Mrs. Amy Pentz, First Grade teacher.