For questions or to add an organization to the list below please email Heather Eyster or call 314.592.2312.
We are honored to work with Program Partners who offer opportunities for girls to enhance their Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Program Partners provide affordable and quality programs such as activities, workshops and events that align with the Girl Scout mission and values, to every girl member. Many of our partners offer badge workshops, community service projects, assistance with the Journey experience and fun opportunities for field trips and unique experiences.
Arts and Education
DaySpring Arts and Education offers Girl Scouts of all ages the opportunity to earn badges and participate in activities in a range of areas including dance, art, theater, music and STEM! This is a great opportunity to learn, grow, and bond with fellow troop members, as well as have fun exploring the world of the arts. For more information on badges and programs, please email Gloria Mwez or call us at 314.291.8878.
Fabulous Fox Theatre
The Fox Theatre offers discounted tickets for Girl Scout groups, an activity book which includes hands on activities for the girls to complete before, during and after the show as well as a commemorative patch. Please visit our website for the current listing of shows and discounted Girl Scout pricing.
Firestone offers Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador troops a free Car Care Clinic in the metro St. Louis and St. Charles City and Counties. We show girls the basics of car care and how to do basic maintenance on cars. Senior Girl Scouts can earn their Car Care badge by completing the clinic. For more information email Amy Gillam or call 636.678.7056.
Kid's Yoga, St. Louis leads children of all ages through interactive yoga classes. Children are taught yoga and breathing techniques through music, songs, books, games, and imaginative play. Girl Scouts from Daisies through Cadets can earn yoga badges or take our class as part of earning a health/wellness badge. For more information, email Jessica Kerckhoff or call 314.221.1388.
Little Medical School
Little Medical School is a pioneer and leading developer of award winning, specialized curriculum and interactive resources for children aged 4-14. Little Medical School offers a wide variety of educational programs focusing on personal health, nutrition, dental care and wilderness medicine. Whether after-school programming, summer camps, birthday parties, in-school field trips, Girl Scout badge fulfillment or special events -- we are able to customize to meet specific needs. Little Medical School’s Girl Scout Badge opportunities include First Aid, CPR/AED/First Aid Certification, Pet Care, My Best Self and more. For more information email Jessica Moore or call 314.279.1948.
Department of Conservation
The Department of Conservation offers many opportunities for girls to use, enjoy and learn about nature. The Powder Valley Nature Center provides back packs for use on-site. Staff from Rockwoods Reservation, Tower Grove Park and Busch Regional office provide programs on various topics related to nature. Henges and Busch Shooting Range and Outdoor Education Center is also available for leader training and program opportunities in all shooting sports.
Performing Arts Academy
MJ Performing Arts Academy offers girls the opportunity to earn badges by participating in a dance class that focuses on the importance of fitness and exercise. Girl Scouts will leave class feeling happy, healthy, fit and confident. For more information, email or call 314.968.3903.
Bring your troop to Otto Orthodontics for a tour and receive a dental health patch! Dr. Otto will lead the girls in a Girl Scout activity and help them make an actual clay mold as a souvenir they will get to bring home! The activity will be followed by pizza and drinks and then the patch presentation. For more information, email Brie Sprengnether.
Photo Exploration's workshops uses photography, writing and collage for creative, self expression and self-awareness. Workshops are offered for various ages and may be used toward the Junior Digital Photographer badge. For more information, e-mail Cathy Lander-Goldberg, LCSW, the director and author of Photo Explorations.
Saint Louis Cardinals
The Saint Louis Cardinals offer an annual Girl Scout night at the ball park. This year’s Girl Scout Nights will be April 24 vs New York Mets, May 31 vs Pittsburgh Pirates and June 6 vs Miami Marlins.
School of Rock is a performance based music school inspiring the world to rock through immersive band rehearsals, private lessons and ultimately live concerts at real rock venues in Saint Louis. As part of our Music Badge program, we will teach girls how to recognize through ear training the different instruments and their role in a rock band; as well as give them experience on the instrument of their choice. We instruct guitar, bass, drums, keys and vocals at our school, and this music badge course gives students insight into how each instruments works. During this 1.5 hour course we will demonstrate each instrument and give each student a chance to play live on a stage! For more information email Molly Simms or call 314.394.1994.
County Parks and Recreation
The St. Charles County Parks & Recreation Department’s mission is to preserve natural and historic features in areas throughout the county for the use of future generations. Today, the department operates 15 parks and consists of 3,643 acres of acquired park land. From volunteer opportunities and special educational opportunities available throughout the year, a 30-foot rock climbing wall at the Youth Activity Park, white silica sand beaches at Klondike Park, camping at Klondike and Indian Camp Creek Parks, Hayrides at Broemmelsiek Park, as well as free and inexpensive programs, there’s something for Girl Scouts of all ages in St. Charles County Parks! For more information and specifics about each park, amenities, trails, and more, visit stccparks.org. For questions please contact Nancy Gomer at 636.949.7535.
St. Louis Symphony
As the second oldest orchestra in the US, the SLSO offers diverse programming through our classical, special event, choral, education and family concert series. By enriching people's lives through the power of music, our community-minded spirit make the us the perfect destination for your Girl Scout Troop! For more information about group tickets, email Dawn Berkbigler or call 314.286.4155.
STRIDE’S Tools for Authentic Empowerment for Girls! Come learn about horses and about yourself! Through safe, on-ground exercises with equines, you'll build leadership, communication, and teamwork skills, learn how to handle stress and feel good about yourself and your body. We’ll show you how to use horse power to awaken your power. No horse experience is required. For more information email Virginia Slachman.
The Magic House
The Magic House offers Girl Scout sleepovers where troops can explore the museum and complete various badgework during their stay. For more information contact the Magic House at 314.288.2518.
Xtreme Krav Maga supports the Girl Scouts in their mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character. Our Girl Scouts self-defense classes focus on prevention, awareness, techniques and tactics. For more information please call 314.974.5728 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Z Total Body Fitness
Z Total Body offers the Girl Scout group a full body fitness challenge from head to toe. With a 20+ Circuit station workout, all ages and levels can show their strength. Girls leave with self-confidence, self-accomplishment and team building skills as they work their body, hearts and brains. Girls will leave with a love for fitness, it happens all the time at ZTB. Girls will complete steps to earn a badge. Leaders and parents are encouraged to join in the fun for an additional fee. For more information email Lisa Huseman or call 314.780.0987.