A group consisted of fledgling members between the ages of 6 to 10 years old. The members wear the green scarf, the verdant color of a young wheatling, to symbolize their innocence and youthfulness.
A group of pre-adolescent youths between the ages of 10 and 13. The members wear the blue scarf which symbolizes their unfathomed uniqueness and identity with a great hope of life and society.
A group of adolescents between 13 and 15. The members wear the yellow scarf to symbolize the sunrise of the youths before coming into their adult ages and the manifestation of the heart, the opening of one’s life to others.
A group of young adults. As unique individuals with specialized gifts and talents, each member is invited to discern individually and communually of God’s interaction through the daily events in the local and global context and to correspond in action.
Consist of those who have demonstrated success through the formation of the society from the Seedling to Knights of the Eucharist group. They wear the red and yellow- striped scarf which symbolizes love, service, sacrifice, and responsibility.
Adults, usually parents, who play a supportive role in educating and serving the needs of the group. They wear the red scarf with a blue stripe.