|Left to right: Bethani Grace Alman, Miss Mississippi Junior High America 2015; Grace Freeman, Miss Mississippi High School America 2015; Madison Andrews, Miss Mississippi Collegiate America 2015; and Charlie Ann Carr, Mississippi's Young Miss 2015.|
. May 9: Miss SpringFest @ Lincoln Civic Center (rodeo queen)
Email MSPageants@hotmail.com for forms.
June 6, 2015: Orientation and Workshop. Lincoln Civic Center.
for details on any events or prelims, contact us at MSPageant@hotmail,com
Much more than two hours on a stage, Miss Mississippi High School America (MMHSA) provides scholarships, community service and Memories to Last a Lifetime!
In 2014, Miss Mississippi High School America (MMHSA) awarded over $45,000 in scholarships, awards, prizes and gifts. The MMHSA state contestants make appearances, travel our state, are on television, in fashion shows, featured in magazines, wrote House Bills and make a difference in our world! Our national campaign is BRAVE, an anti-bullying program. The MMHSA 2015 community service is Hospice Ministries. Our state Junior High, High School and Collegiate winners travel to Washington, D.C. and compete in nationals at Walt Disney World.
This Nationally ranked Program has 3 age divisions:
The contestants compete in 3 categories: Interview, Evening Gown and Fashion Runway. We do not compete in swimsuits.
Miss Mississippi Junior High, Grace Alman, Mrs. Deborah Bryant, Mississippi's first lady, Miss Mississippi High School, Grace Freeman and Miss Mississippi Collegiate, Madison Andrews get a private tour of the Governor's Mansion.