Quest Clubs, available in September 2011, is a new spin off program of Frontier Girls. So many boys asked if they could earn our badges, that we decided to come up with a program families could use in a co-ed format. Unlike Frontier Girls, Quest is not a scouting style program, but rather was designed to be an educational incentive program. While Quest uses all the same badges and awards as Frontier Girls, there is no required uniform, no promise, no creed, etc. Quest has no specific program structure, but is designed to be molded to fit the needs of your family or group. In addition to starting an actual Quest Club, homeschool groups can use Quest as part of their co-ops, as well as unit studies for home education. Schools can use Quest in the classroom or as part of an afterschool program. Families can use it to supplement existing curriculum .
Frontier Girls members will receive a complementary membership to Quest as part of their membership each year. This way, if siblings would also like to earn badges, either alongside other programs like the Boy Scouts, as part of their education, or even just for fun, they will have access to them as well. To get more information regarding Quest Clubs, visit the new website at www.questclubs.com after September 1, 2011. You can also email any questions to email@example.com.