The Miss High School America Pageant will take place in Little Rock, Arkansas on June 2023. This competition exists for the purpose of providing personal and professional opportunities for girls currently in 9th through 11th grade. It is our goal to provide outstanding high school girls the opportunity to compete in a pageant system that has the highest of moral values. Miss High School America 2020 will be awarded over $100,000 in scholarship, trips, wardrobe, travel, service, and additional prizes.
Phases of competition: Interview (40%), Evening Gown (40%), and Fashion Runway (20%)
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December 2016 I graduated with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree! The Livingston Foundationâ€™s amazing scholarship award played a huge part in helping me achieve that goal. Thank you so much to everyone at the Miss High School America Organization and at the Livingston Foundation for helping to make my educational dreams come true!!
—Megan Gordon, Miss Collegiate America 2014, RN BSN
The Livingston Foundation’s generosity is the reason I am able to attend the University of Alabama and pursue my dream of becoming a television news reporter. At the University of Alabama, I have been given real world experiences and opportunities as an on-air talent for Alabama Athletics and as an editor for WVUA 23 News. The financial support from the Livingston Foundation is and will always be greatly appreciated!
—Kennedy Chase Miss High School America 2016
Itâ€™s extremely difficult to put my feelings towards this organization in just a few sentences. This is more than just a pageant, itâ€™s an experience, one like no other. I have been involved with the Miss High School America Organization since 2013 and have firsthand seen the positive impact this system makes on the lives of those competing and their communities
—Sammi Mazza, Miss New Jersey Collegiate 2019
What the Miss High School organization has given me is substantially more than a crown and sash. The opportunities provided didn’t benefit me for just a year. I am reminded everyday of the endless support, connections, and memories I made. I firmly believe in the Miss High School Organization and what it stands for. It stays relevant by promoting confidence, leadership, service, scholarship, friendship, poise, and an essential anti-bullying platform. There truly is no other organization like it. Everyone will gain something valuable from the experience, no matter how they are involved!
—Riley Copans, Miss Collegiate America 2018
This system is everything you could possibly want for your daughter wether she wins or not. The experience and growth we have gained from it has far more surpassed any other system.
—Yolanda Weatherspoon, Mother of Miss DC Collegiate 2013
I am so grateful for the confidence, leadership skills and friendships I've gained as a result of my involvement in the MCA System. This system provides girls with a platform, a voice and a tremendous support network. I'm happy to see our titleholders making positive changes in their communities while achieving their own person and professional goals.
—Shannon Folsom, Miss Collegiate America 2011
Kyndal is much better prepared for College directly as a result of preparing, competing, and interacting with everyone involved at your the Miss High School America Pageant.
—Rick Hayes, Father of 2010 Miss Collegiate America
No other pageant I have ever participated in had the positive atmosphere and wonderful direction as MHSA. Every single one of us felt like queens and felt blessed to have the opportunity to give back to the community of San Antonio. The experience was once in a lifetime!
—Callie Atkins, Miss Tennessee Collegiate 2011
The Miss High School America Organization provided me with an amazing scholarship, the year of a lifetime, and a forever sisterhood. I learned so much during my year as Miss Junior High School America 2015, and I was able to form lasting friendships and become a better version of myself. I am so thankful for this organization and everything it does to empower young women!
—Emilee Webb, Miss Junior High School America 2015
Thank you for everything. You have no idea how much this title has helped me grow as a titleholder, a high school student, and a person overall.
—Miranda Harrison, Miss Virginia High 2010
Miss West Virginia 2013
The Miss High School America organization has provided me with so many incredible opportunities. Throughout my year as Miss Collegiate America I gained unforgettable memories and learned valuable lessons that I will carry with me throughout my life. To me, this organization stands for leadership, philanthropy, friendship, sisterhood, and the empowerment of young women. I am forever grateful for the MHSA organization and all that it has done for me from providing me with scholarships to continue my education to a lifetime of memories and forever friends! The Miss High School America Organization is unmatched and the national directors do an amazing job in growing the program each and every year!
—Amberly Nelson, Miss Collegiate America 2017
Iâ€™ve had a great experience at Nationals as well as being a state title holder this week has been great and has made it easy for me to show my personality and make friends!
—Jahnai Elder, Miss DC High School 2019
The Miss High School America organization has provided me with incredible experiences, countless opportunities, generous scholarship, and friends to last a lifetime. Being Miss High School America 2016 definitely helped shape me into the young woman I am today by pushing me to never be afraid of a challenge and to love everyone I come in contact with. I am forever grateful for this organization and what it has done for me and young women all over the country.
—Kennedy Chase, Miss High School America 2017
Through friendships that have lasted years, an experience that’s unforgettable, and opportunities that have changed my life, the Miss High School America organization has empowered my education and the progression of my goals and achievements. It truly embraces a modern woman by encouraging relationships, and promoting self growth through genuineness, serving others, and academics. I will always support their efforts because of how much they have given me throughout my years of competing.
—Cadie Hall, First Runner Up to Miss Collegiate America 2018