Skyline High School Student in Running for Miss Teen Washington

Alexis Cavagnaro, a junior at Skyline High School, is in the running for Miss Teen Washington and Most Photogenic.

Being crowned Miss Teen Washington and Miss Teen USA isn’t just about the crown—this year, over $900,000 in scholarships will be given to deserving young women.

This year’s contestants for Miss Teen Washington come from all over the state-- including Sumner!

Alexis Cavagnaro, a junior at Skyline High School, is Issaquah Teen USA. Alyssa writes:

I firmly believe that "each one of us is the sum total of every moment we have ever experienced." I am the middle child of two brothers at home. As a junior at Skyline high school, i enjoy boating, skiing, watching basketball games, and making dance videos with my best friend. Our family sponors a kenyan child through our church, so in the future i am planning to do mission work in Kenya. Remember that your outlook is everything, so take on the day!

View her photo and vote for her now to be Most Photogenic.

This year’s pageant will showcase contestants from all across the state of Washington, providing them with nearly $900,000 in prizes, scholarships, cash and life-changing opportunities. The Miss Washington USA and Miss Washington Teen USA pageants will be held this weekend, Oct. 20 – 21 in the Seattle area.

The Miss Teen titleholder (contestants are between 14-18 years old,) will go on to compete for the title of Miss Teen USA and the adult Miss titleholder (contestants between 18-26 years old) will compete live on NBC for the Miss USA title. That winner will then compete for Miss Universe.

Check out the other contestants on http://www.misswashingtonusa.com and support your local girl!


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