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Miss National American Teen & Collegiate

  • Florida, USA
If you are Looking for a great 1st pageantry experiences or "I just need a Change" you will find Miss National American Teen and Collegiate as the best choice. We celebrate YOU!



We are very hands on and driven to make sure you are well prepared to shine on the stage and in life. We focus on building your confidence on and off the stage.

With our Queen Concierge Service You will feel like Royalty. We Promise to Acknowledge Your Caring Heart for Others through your community service.

To Help you become successful in Pageantry we provide FREE one on one training/coaching.



We are more than just a pageant. During our pageants we provide life skills class That will help you to build your Confidence , Self-Esteem and Community Relationships.




Princess for ages 4-6
Young Miss for ages 7-9
Junior Miss for ages 10-12
Junior Teen for ages 13-15
Teen for ages 16-18
Collegiate for ages 18-22
Ms. for ages 18-26

Mandatory Competition Areas
Each Division will have six phases of competition to determine the overall winner of the Division. They include:
Interview (30%)
Personal Introduction (5%)
Fashion Modeling (20%)
Evening Gown (20%)
Fitness (20%)
Community Service (5%)

Included in the cost of registration, each delegate will also be considered for the following Special Honors and Trophy
Top Scholar Award
Role Model Award
Community Service Award
Missionary Award
Most Tickets Sold
Future Business Leader
Spirit Award
Miss Congeniality

Delegates will also have the opportunity to participate in optional competitions during pageant time to receive a Special Recognition Award, Cash Prizes, and Invitation to Nationals for the following:
Talent
Miss Photogenic
Cover Model/Photo Shoot
Spokes Model
Actress

Miss National American Teen & Collegiate Rules

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Are you allowed to be married?

Both. We allow both married and non-married contestants.

Are you allowed to have kids?

Both. We allow both contestants with and without children to compete.

What are the phases of competition?

Swimsuit/Fitness, Personal Introduction, Optional Volunteer Service Award, Optional Talent, Optional Spokesmodel, Optional Photogenic, Optional Cover Girl, Optional Actress, Interview, Fun Fashion, Evening Gown, Activewear

Age group

Teen, Young Miss, Princess, Junior Miss, Junior Teen, Collegiate, Mrs

State where the pageant is held?

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

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