From Flowery Branch High: Miss Georgia High 2013, Anna Leigh Stewart
From Hebron Christian Academy: Miss Georgia Junior High 2012, Hannah Dyer
From the Georgia State University: Miss Georgia Collegiate, Amanda Moreno
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January 3-4, 2014
LCS Fine Arts Center
|ATTENTION MISS GA JR. HIGH, HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGIATE CONTESTANTS: Age divisions for the 2013 Pageant are based off of what grade level you will be entering for the FALL 2014 School year, NOT THE GRADE THAT YOU ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN! Junior High is open to girls CURRENTLY in 5th-7th, High School open to girls currently in 8th-11th & Collegiate open to girls currently HS Seniors and up to any level of college. By the time the National Pageant is here, all girls will be entering a grade above. NOTE: Your grade level will NOT be revealed to the judging panel!|
If you cannot meet all of these obligations, then PLEASE do not enter.
They will be strictly enforced.
If you are crowned Miss Georgia Junior High, High or Collegiate you will agree to represent all Georgia Schools in the National Pageant to be held July 2014 in TBA. Your entry fee, food and room (entry fee/food paid only for Junior) during the pageant will be paid for but it is the Queen’s responsibility to provide her own transportation to and from the National Pageant. At least one parent is required to attend the National Pageant at their own expense. You will also be required to return the following year to crown your successor; this is also when you will be presented with your Scholarship after you have fulfilled your duties as the Queen. Other duties include, but are not limited to, speaking in Georgia Schools, attending/emceeing/judging some pageants, community service work, etc. Miss Georgia Jr High, High & Collegiate is required to make at least 12 documented appearances. In the event that the Miss Georgia Junior High, High, Collegiate queen wins the National title, she will still be required to attend her home state pageant to crown her successor. Miss Georgia Jr/High/Collegiate agrees NOT to hold any other state or National titles that require appearances or advancement to other pageant systems. She is allowed to compete at her school pageant or pageants that do not require appearances on a state level. Local/Festival pageants are allowed. Her title as Miss Georgia High must come first and any other title that she holds should not overshadow her title as Miss Georgia Junior High, High School & Collegiate America. If Miss Georgia Jr High, High, Collegiate does decide to compete in any other pageants, she must notify the pageant office first – so we can make sure there is no conflict of interest. In the event that the Miss Georgia Jr. High/ High School/Collegiate Queen cannot fulfill her duties or does not abide by the rules set for her, she will relinquish her crown to the first runner up and will return/reimburse all prize money and awards.
Contracts will be signed after the queen is crowned and the queen and her parent(s) will also meet with the directors at the conclusion of the pageant.
Opening Number: Not Scored
Opening Number will consist of each delegate participating in an easy routine & introducing themselves on stage. Each contestant must use the following format for their introduction:
"Representing (Name of School) in (City), Georgia, I am (Name)."
Opening Number Attire:
Junior High: Black Top & White bottoms (skirt or pants)
High School: Black cocktail dress (no long gowns)
Collegiate: Red cocktail dress (no long gowns)
Interview Competition: 40% of Score
The Interview Competition will be a 5 minute, panel style, private interview with the judges. Questions will be based off of contestants Resume (See Resume Example) and age relevant topics. It is always a good idea to stay informed on what is going on in your community, state and nation. The judges will be scoring each contestant on how their ability to communicate, answer questions concisely and answer consistently, character and overall presentation. No political or controversial issue questions will be asked.
Junior High: A Sunday Dress or Skirt outfit - NO SUITS
High & Collegiate: A career/Sunday/boutique dress - NO SUITS
Please choose a dress that is flattering in style and color to you.
(No business suits – only dresses are allowed at the State/National Pageant)
Delegates will model on stage a fun outfit that shows off their personality. It can be anything that you choose: but think – “High Fashion New York Runway Model”! Feel free accessorize with hats, jewelry, belts, etc. No swimsuits or mid-riff revealing attire will be allowed. Each delegate will model their outfit on stage to fun upbeat music. Judges will be looking for personality on stage, an outfit that shows off delegates' uniqueness and personality and confidence on stage.
Evening Gown: 40% of Score
Miss Georgia Junior High, High & Collegiate titleholders must project grace, style and sophistication. Each delegate selects her own evening gown. Their choice should reflect their own personality and style. The monetary value of the gown is not a consideration for judging. The judges will be looking at the girl in the gown, not the gown on the girl.
Evening Gown Attire:
Junior: Floor length, full or fitted skirt, NO SLITS or too adult. Girls should look their age.
High & Collegiate: Gown must be floor length, Delegates may wear either gowns with full skirts or fitted gowns.
Junior/High: Do not select a gown that is too revealing or too "adult".
Judging Criteria: Overall appearance, beauty, poise, stage presence, fashion sense and delegate's ability to project comfortable elegance.
After each girl has completed the evening gown competition, we will announce the top 5 highest scoring contestants. The top 5 will then answer an onstage question that they will draw from a fishbowl. The questions will be easy and relatable to being a Junior High, High School or College Student.
Photogenic Optional Competition:
NO ENTRY FEE
Each delegate will submit one 8x10 photo in a clear protective cover with their name clearly marked on the back. One winner will receive an engraved award.
|Class Favorite: This award is voted on my the contestants and given to the one girl who displays the most positive, helpful and friendly attitude during the pageant weekend.||FREE|
|Best Resume Award: This award will be given to one girl in each division that the judges panel deems as the best resume out of their division.||FREE|
Most Photogenic: Delegates will submit one head shot photo (no frames – size 8x10) during pageant registration. Photo can be color or black and white and should be of good quality. No need for heavily air brushed photos. One winner will receive a nice award. FREE to enter. Additional Photos may be entered for $10 per photo
Hospitality Award: The one in the entire pageant who sells the most good luck ad pages for the program book will be named Miss Georgia Hospitality. All proceeds will benefit the Scholarship Program! The Hospitality Queen and will receive a large crown, beautiful monogrammed title banner, and engraved award. Every girl who sells at least 2 full pages of ads and/or collects at least $100 in votes will be recognized on stage with an award!
Full Pg. - $50
|People's Choice Queen: This is an audience participation contest! Audience members can cast $1 votes for the contestant of their choice. The contestant that collects the most votes will receive a valuable prize basket, crown & engraved award.||$1 per vote|
Programs will also be sold at the door for $15.00 each.
You may pre-order program books for $10.00 each.
All Head shot photos and Ad pages need to be emailed to: email@example.com
Georgia High Pageant RULES:
NO PARENTS ARE ALLOWED DURING REHEARSALS
ONLY 1 PARENT/GUARDIAN IS ALLOWED BACKSTAGE during the Pageant.
Only approved Hair and Makeup artists will be allowed back stage.
THESE RULES ARE SET BY THE NATIONAL PAGEANT AND WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. NO EXCEPTIONS ~ PLEASE DO NOT ASK!