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GSSI Gold Awardees

The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting, is a top-tier credential for girls as they enter their post-high school lives, enabling them to distinguish themselves in the college admissions process, earn college scholarships, and enter the military one rank higher.

Earning the Girl Scout Gold Award requires a suggested minimum of 80 hours of service - no small feat for busy high school students! Girls must also ensure their projects are sustainable by creating a plan for the project to continue to make an impact over time. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn.

Congratulations to the following girls who were awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award at GSSI's 2017 All That Glitters ceremony!

Click HERE for the 2018 Gold Award Training Schedule.

Click HERE for the 2018 Gold Award Interview Schedule.


  • Emily Baima
    Collinsville


  • Kaitlyn Barnett
    Troy


  • Elizabeth Boehning
    O'Fallon


  • Elizabeth Burr
    Collinsville


  • Lauren Carter
    Collinsville


  • Johannah Comish
    Highland


  • Cecelia Cowell
    Red Bud


  • Sarah Eversman
    Swansea


  • Sarah Goldacker
    Glen Carbon


  • Hannah Groetecke
    Granite City


  • Gabriella Holmes
    Millstadt


  • Caitlin Lloyd
    O'Fallon


  • Lauren Lundy
    O'Fallon


  • Josefina Pimentel
    Carbondale


  • Hannah Redinger
    Columbia


  • Madeleine Renken
    Troy


  • Amelia Schmitz
    Belleville


  • Dakota Smallie
    Granite City


  • Caroline Stewart
    Belleville


  • Jordyn Thompson
    O'Fallon


  • Shelby Tingley
    Granite City


  • Alexandra Waugh
    Nashville


  • Kelsey Weatherford
    Columbia


  • Kayli Worthey
    Neoga