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American Pageants

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Rules of American Pageants

  • 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.

  • Who is allowed to compete?


  • What are the phases of competition?

    Interview, Evening Gown, Optional Resume, Optional Talent, Optional Photogenic, Resume, Personal Introduction, Optional Spokesmodel, Optional Runway/Fashion Model, Optional Media Correspondent, Optional Cover Girl, Optional Casual Wear, Optional Actress, On-Stage Question, Costume


About American Pageants

Currently recruiting State Directors across the US!
Email [email protected] for more information!

2019 National Titleholders

The Miss Teen of America Pageant was founded in 1983 by the late Mr. Warren Alexander, a former educator and pageant director. Rebranded in 2017 to include additional age divisions, the program is designed to help America’s youth reach their full potential.

This scholastically based pageant recognizes young women ages 7 and above for their outstanding personal achievements, leadership abilities, and artistic, creative or athletic talents. The American Pageants organization searches for complete well-rounded girls, which is accomplished through a well balanced and fair judging criteria.

Our unique judging criteria allows the judging panel to get a full picture of each candidate. The six (6) categories are as follows:
Personal Development of Talents & Skills Resume - 15%
Service & Achievements in School & Community Resume - 15%
Scholastic & Professional Record Resume - 15%
Personality Projection & Poise in Evening Wear - 20%
Judge's Interview - 30%
Personal Introduction - 5%
Bonus available for Junior, Teen, Miss, Ms. contestants - General Awareness - 5%
Full Category Descriptions Available Here

As established leaders within their schools, current titleholders and participants will join us in the advancement of our developing partnership with Special Olympics social initiative campaign "The Revolution is Inclusion". Together, we will focus on ensuring that social inclusion is the norm across the country.

Highlights from the 2018 National Pageant