Age/Education Eligibility

This Age/Education Eligibility Chart is for 2017-2018 Local and State Pageants that lead up to the crowning of Miss Ohio’s Outstanding Teen in June 2018 and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2019 that will be held in July 2018.

 Although additional eligibility rules exist with which contestants must comply, the table below is designed to assist with determining the eligibility for a contestant to compete in a Miss America’s Outstanding Teen State or Local Pageant, based upon the Age/Education eligibility rules of the Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen organizations:

Age/Education Chart for Eligibility to Compete in 2016-2017 MAOTeen State/Local Pageants (2)

Age as of MM/DD/YYYY (3)

Age as of the End of the School Year – Spring 2018

School Classification – Spring 2018

Age as of July 31, 2018

Eligible for 2018 Miss State’s Outstanding Teen Pageant

Eligible for 2018 Miss State Local “Miss” Scholarship Pageant at Age 17

12

12

N/A

12 (1)

No (1)

N/A

12

12

N/A

13 (1)

Yes (1)

No

17

17

Junior

17

Yes

No

16

17

Junior

17

Yes

No

16

16

Senior (4)

16

Yes

No

16

16

Senior (4)

17

Yes

No

17

17

Senior (5)

18

No

Yes

17

17

Senior (5)

17

No

Yes

17

18

Junior

18

No

No

18

18

Junior

18

No

No

(1) Eligible if the contestant reaches 13 years of age by the first day of the 2018 Miss State’s Outstanding Teen competition, June 13, 2018.

(2) This chart represents eligibility based on a potential contestant’s Age and Education.  There are other eligibility requirements and rules including: Residency, Citizenship, Other Personal Characteristics, Contractual and Other Obligations, and any special requirements of the Local or State Organization.  Refer to the current MAOTeen Application and Contract for Local and State Pageants for more detailed requirements.

(3) The last day that a local Miss pageant may be conducted in the State.

(4) In this case the contestant could also be a high school graduate or have received her G.E.D.

(5) In this case the contestant must graduate from high school or receive her G.E.D. by the end of the Spring 2017 school year.

 

 

 

 

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