To become Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, a contestant must first compete to represent her state, a process requiring personal commitment, hard work and talent. To compete in the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen program, you need commitment, perseverance, talent and ambition.
Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen 2017 is Grace Stanke. She won when competing as Miss Harbor Cities’ Outstanding Teen 2017
To compete you must:
- Be a young lady between the ages of 13 and 17 (click here to view the Age/Education Eligibility Chart)
- Be a United States citizen.
- Meet residency requirements for competing in a certain town or state.
- Meet character criteria as set forth by the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Organization.
- Be in reasonably good health to meet the job requirements.
- Be able to meet the time commitment and responsibilities as set forth by the local program in which you compete.
- Must not be eligible to compete in the Miss America Competition.