2018 Rules for Becoming a Miss Prince George’s County Contestant
To compete in the Miss Prince George’s County pageant a contestant must fulfill the following requirements:
A contestant must be a U.S. citizen.
A contestant must have never been married.
A contestant must be female.
A contestant must be a resident of the Prince George’s County, MD for at least six months preceding the date of the Miss Prince George’s County pageant OR must have fulfilled eligibility requirements by educational status or employment.
A contestant must be between the ages of 17 and 24 years of age on December 31st of the year in which she is awarded the state title leading to participation in the National Finals of the Miss America Pageant. For the 2018 Miss Prince George’s County pageant, contestants must be born after December 31, 1993 (i.e., her birth year must be 1994 or later).
A contestant must be at least a senior in high school at the time of the Miss Prince George’s County pageant (not just a rising senior).
A contestant must have never performed any act or engaged in any activity or employment that is or could reasonably be characterized as immoral or indecent.
A contestant must never have been pregnant and is not now pregnant nor the adoptive parent of any child.
A contestant must never have been convicted of any crime and does not have any criminal charges pending.
A contestant must not use or consume any illegal controlled dangerous substances or abuse the use of alcohol or other dangerous substances.
A contestant must be in good health and can participate fully and without limitation in any program activities.