Contestants are NOT REQUIRED to compete in the optional contests. These contests will be judged by a separate panel of judges from the overall panel of judges and have no bearing on who is chosen as the queen.
This competition encourages these contestants to strive for excellence in every area of their school life, including academics, awards, honors, clubs and other activities. On page 11 of MAC Pageants State Newsletter #1 you will find an entry form . This form must be completed and turned in at check-in. You must attach a copy of your most recent report card or school transcript from the school where you are currently enrolled to be considered for the Academic Achievement Award. Do not send these forms to our office. Bring them to check-in on pageant weekend. Judges will select the contestant who has the best school record, honors, awards and civic and/or church activities. Winners of this contest will receive a trophy or plaque.
There is no entry fee for this contest.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN AMERICAN COED?
A Coed is a female attending a co-educational college or university. A young woman referred to as a Coed calls to mind a dedicated student, preparing herself to become the very best person she can be, while having a blast at the same time!
IF I WIN MY MAC STATE PAGEANT, WHAT WILL BE REQUIRED OF ME?
Each MAC STATE PAGEANT WINNER is required to attend the National MAC Pageant to compete for the Queen's title for her age group. If the state pageant winner does not sign the MAC State Winner’s contract & attend the National MAC Pageant during the week of Thanksgiving in Lake Buena Vista, FL, she will forfeit her state title, all prizes, & cash awards.
DO I HAVE TO DO A TALENT TO COMPETE IN A MAC PAGEANT?
Our talent competition is optional. It is scored by a separate panel of judges than the panel that selects the overall queen in each age division. Optional contests have absolutely no bearing on who wins the pageant.