Frequently Asked Questions
Frontier Girls is a structured scouting style program for girls only that began in 2007. It has a required uniform, promise, creed, and community service expectations. Quest Clubs is a spin-off created in 2010 for people to create their own scouting style clubs according to their own beliefs and goals. Each Quest Club is different. Some are all boys, some are all girls, and some are co-ed. Some are highly religious while others are completely secular. Quest Clubs choose their own club name, uniform and membership policies. In 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we launched Curiosity Untamed for those who use our badges for homeschool and educational purposes. Curiosity Untamed is aimed at homeschoolers, charter school, senior centers, libraries and more. All three programs use the identical badges and awards, each just uses them in a different manner. Many customers blend all three programs. We do not believe in charging people twice for the same information so a family membership grants access to all the programs regardless of how you are using them.
No. All fundraising is done at the troop/club level. Each group decides on their own fundraisers and keeps 100% of any money they earn.
No. Our badges are 1.25″ button style pins or magnets. No sewing required.
Upon completion of badge requirements, you may either use the free printable certificates located in the Resource section or purchase physical badges in the form of pins or magnets through our store.
If you are using the program for homeschool or family enrichment, the parent decides when requirements are complete. If you are participating in a class, Quest Club or Frontier Girls troop, the teacher or club/troop leader would decide when requirements have been completed to their satisfaction.
No. All badge requirements and handbook are online only. We add new badges and resources every month and anything printed would be out of date very quickly.
Our program was written specifically with multiple age groups in mind. With today’s busy schedules it is difficult to get children to the many activities they wish to pursue. For this reason, children in preschool through adults can all be part of the same Quest Club or Frontier Girls troop if you wish. This allows families with more than one child to all be part of the same group so as not to add even more stress to the family schedule. Our structure also allows older children to act in leadership roles to teach and mentor the younger members, while providing the younger kids with role models closer to their own age. Within the club/troop, kids are divided into different program levels based on their age.
Depending on whether you choose pins or magnets, badges and awards can be displayed on a vest, tote bag, backpack, jacket, bulletin board, shadow box, the fridge, magnet board or any other method you choose. If you are a member of Frontier Girls, badges are displayed on the the front of the uniform vest.
Yes. We ask that you give us permission to share your badge requirements on our website so others may earn your badge as well, but this is not required, just appreciated.
No. Curiosity Untamed sells membership subscriptions to our websites for the purpose of providing youth education materials. Each Quest Club or Frontier Girls troop is independently owned and operated by individuals or organizations that have purchased a Club or Troop membership. Each club or troop is an autonomous body operated and governed by a single individual, local non- profit organization, church, school, or business. These groups have purchased a license to use the Curioisty Untamed, Quest Clubs or Frontier Girls name, logo, and materials as part of their youth programming. We are NOT a 501(c)3 non-profit public charity.
If you are a member of a Frontier Girls troop you will need your own membership to have a license to use the Frontier Girls name and uniform. Frontier Girls is a very structured scouting style program that we monitor closely.
If you are a member of a Quest Club or Curiosity Untamed enrichment club or class you only need your own membership if you wish to have access to the badge requirements and member resources. These clubs and classes vary greatly and there is no required structure or uniform involved. Each group uses the program to design a class or club that suits their needs.
Yes, you may transfer your club/troop membership to any other person or entity of your choice as long as you put it in writing and we receive a membership agreement form signed by the new owner.
If you are a member of a Frontier Girls troop, yes. Frontier Girls is a very structured scouting style program with a required uniform.
If you are part of a Quest Club or using Curiosity Untamed for school purposes, no uniform is required. Quest Clubs do not have official uniforms, but if your club would like to design a uniform, we offer vests in up to 20 different colors from youth small all the way up to adult 5X. We also have suggestions as to how to arrange badges and awards on your vests, but they are just suggestions. You may design any type of uniform you wish, or none at all.
Yes. You may charge dues to your members to help cover the cost of supplies, badges, field trips, etc. You may not profit from dues charged and all monies collected MUST be used for class or club activities and not for the enrichment of any individual.
No. All groups that use Curiosity Untamed program materials, including Quest Clubs, Frontier Girls troops, enrichment classes, co-op classes, etc. are independent entities who simply use our program curriculum in their youth program and are not a part of Curiosity Untamed LLC. As such, all background checks and training for leaders and volunteers are the responsibility of the group owner (church, school, veterans group, co-op, etc.). Curiosity Untamed LLC provides programming materials only. It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure that all leaders and volunteers are vetted to their own satisfaction before allowing their child to participate in a group setting.