ABOUT

Wednesdays 7:15 pm

The mission of our troop is to teach leadership and outdoors skills, build character, and encourage advancement towards the Eagle rank. We are chartered by All Souls' Episcopal Church. Troop 555 girls is affiliated with Troop 500 boys but operates independently.  

Troop 555 for Girls is a part of Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts of America), chartered in 2018. The troop is based in Point Loma but our membership draws from all over San Diego.

We meet weekly on Wednesday at 6:45 to 8:00 during the school year at All Souls' Episcopal Church.

  • 1st Wednesday of each month Troop Meeting and Patrol Leadership Council at 6:15

  • Following Tuesday evening Assistant Scoutmasters Meeting at 7:15  

  • 2nd Wednesday Troop Meeting and Parents Meeting (concurrent with Troop meeting at All Souls but in a different room)  

  • 3rd -5th Wednesday Troop Meetings

The troop hosts at least one camping activity per month.   Annual camping adventures include Council's camporee, a summer camp opportunity, a canoeing/kayaking trip, and rocket camp in the desert.  We also backpack on the Pacific Crest Trail, Grand Canyon, and the Sierras.  During the summer the Troop participates in activities including summer camps and special high adventure treks like kayaking or hiking at Philmont Scout Ranch. We participate in our community to do good works and provide leadership opportunities.

If you are interested in joining Troop 555 and beginning your path to Eagle, Click Here.

TROOP 555
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YOUTH LEADERSHIP

Click here to find out about leadership within our troop.  Elections will be held twice a year.  Scouts running for SPL  must meet with Scoutmaster and Assistant Scout Master to discuss position, responsibility , and time commitment.    

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PATROLS

The object of the patrol method is to give responsibility to the youth.   

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ADULT LEADERSHIP

The leaders are community volunteers and parents  who maintain "a good leader is a trained leader."  All adults participating with the youth are required to complete training in Youth Protection and other task-specific courses.