Scouts troops are offered on and off campus for all HKIS students. The three scout organizations are administered and coordinated by volunteer parents. They include Boy Scouts of America , Cub Scouts a phase of the Boy Scouts of America, and Girl Scouts of the USA.
The Scout programs aim to positively influence character development, citizenship, sportsmanship and respect. The program also provides opportunities for kids to work together with adult volunteers, develop leadership skills, serve the community, and share camaraderie.
Boy Scouts
Cub Scouts
Girl Scouts


Girl Scouts of America

Mission Statement: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

USA Girl Scouts of Hong Kong Mission:

To provide girls with a diverse and multi-cultural experience grounded in the USA Girl Scouts' values. In Girl Scouting, girls discover fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Girl Scouts help girls develop values that guide their actions and provides a foundation for sound decision making. Through a host of enriching experiences such as field trips, community service, and environmental stewardship, girls learn to relate to others with increased understanding and respect, while contributing to the improvement of society!

Girl Scouts Daisies - Grades R2-1
The First Step in a Lifetime Adventure
The first step in a lifetime adventure, Girl Scout Daisies are in grades R2 (Kindergarten)-1 and meet in a nurturing, inclusive environment. They go on trips, learn about nature and science, and explore the arts and their communities. Girl Scout Daisies can also earn Learning Petals and receive participation patches.

Girl Scouts Brownies, Grades 2-3
Going Places, Making New Friends
Girl Scouts Brownies work together, earn Girl Scout Brownie Awards, and explore their community. Friendship, fun, and age-appropriate activities begin at the Girl Scout Brownie meeting and move out to the community and wider world.
Above all, Brownies grow together and learn about the world in a safe, loving environment.

Girl Scouts Juniors, Grades 4-5
Exploration, Fun and Best Friends Forever
Go on journeys and discover what girl power is all about through new activities and by learning to take charge of their own plans. Juniors learn to work as one and as a team gaining self-confidence as they explore the world in partnership with their troop/group leaders.

Girl Scouts Cadettes Grades 6-8
Making the World a Better Place
Girl Scout Cadettes participate in Girl Scouting in many ways. Under the guidance of a trained adult advisor, girls mix and match activities and resources to suit their needs while giving back to their communities. They connect with each other and build self-esteem and confidence in their skills as they work on a range of projects and gain life experiences

Seniors and Ambassadors, Grades 9-12
Making the World a Better Place
Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors participate in Girl Scouting in many ways. Under the guidance of a trained adult advisor, girls mix and match activities and resources to suit their needs while giving back to their communities. They connect with each other and build self-esteem and confidence in their skills as they work on a range of projects and gain life experiences.


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General Information:


Boy Scouts of America

The Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts (Scouts) are chartered by the Hong Kong International School and rely solely on parent volunteers to provide leadership and support to their programs.

The Scouts embrace the values of citizenship, compassion, cooperation, courage, faith, health and fitness, honesty, perseverance, positive attitude, resourcefulness, respect, and responsibility. These values come to boys and girls in all parts of the Scouts programs - all while having a great time with their friends and families.

If you would like to find out more about the Scouts programs, please contact the respective group leaders direct.


Boy Scouts is for boys aged 11 through 18.

Scouting in Hong Kong is an adventure! There is a surprising amount of rugged wilderness just one hour's travel from town. Each month we have one or two outdoor activities that can include backpacking, hiking, kayaking and climbing as well as camping.

We are a boy-led Troop and provide Scouts with the opportunity to learn, develop and practice leadership and life skills that will serve them well for a lifetime. We place an emphasis on developing character, citizenship and physical fitness in a positive and fun environment. The boys organize and participate in several Community Service projects during the year.

Through the Merit Badge program, Scouting also provides the opportunity to explore and gain hands-on experience in a wide variety of careers-such as: law, medicine, engineering, aviation, business, architecture, theater, journalism and many more.

We welcome and encourage active parent involvement in all phases of the program.

Weekly or bi-weekly patrol meetings are held and

Monthly Troop Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month from 7:00-8:30 p.m.


BSA Troop 1, Hong Kong International School
Phone: +852 9724 0386 - Dennis Bishop

Cub Scouts of America

Cub Scouting is the first phase of the Boy Scouts of America organization, and feeds into the Boy Scouts. It is a program for boys, from 1st through 5th grade, managed completely by parent volunteers.

Scouting is a great way to build character, citizenship and fitness. It’s an opportunity for parents to teach their young Cub Scout all the values they wish to instill through practice and real life experiences, while building memories together.

Our Cub Scouting program provides opportunities for all young members to exercise leadership skills, help the community, experience the great outdoors and explore teamwork and sportsmanship.

Our ranks are divided by Lower Primary grades as follows:

Grade 1 - Tiger Cubs

Grade 2 - Wolf Cubs

Grade 3 - Bear Cubs

Grade 4 - Webelos I

Grade 5 - Webelos II

Boys are grouped into Dens of 8 - 10 scouts per rank. The Cub scouts and their leaders meet twice a month on average for a planned activity or outing with their den following in order to fulfill requirements for merit awards. In addition, all Cub Scouts Dens meet as a Pack once a month.

What we do as a Pack

• Monthly meetings for community building and communication

• Activities in over 30 different sports and academic areas

• Awards and recognition for advancement

• Annual overnight father/son camp out

• Community Service Projects (i.e. Beach cleanup, food drive)

• Pinewood Derby and Raingutter Regatta

• Annual Blue and Gold Family Banquet

• Preparation for advancement to Boy Scouts (Arrow of Light Ceremony)

For more information, please contact:


Pack Registrar: Kim Bullock (Registration)
Pack Chair: Carrie Mefford