Ali Cunningham is a 17-year old senior at Glasgow High School. As a Glasgow Scottie, Ali has been actively involved in Cross Country, Track, Cheerleading, Student Council, Honor Society, Key Club and Band. In addition, Ali volunteers for many organizations throughout the Glasgow community. Ali enjoys reading, music, skiing, running, hiking and spending time with family and friends. After graduation, Ali plans on pursuing a degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Mary.
Dejana Ridens is a member in her school leadership club where she strengthens and betters her leadership skills. Dejana also participates in FFA and took 2nd at state with her Parliamentary Procedure team. Dejana has been learning Spanish since the age of three and is now in AP Spanish as a junior. Dejana enjoys hiking, camping and being outdoors. Dejana is a twin and loves spending time with family and friends.
Jazmen is 18 years old and will be a senior at Garfield County District High school this coming fall. She enjoys playing volleyball during the school year and hunting or camping in the summer. Jazmen works as a CNA at her local nursing home. After high school, Jazmen plans on attending college to get a degree in nursing. After achieving her RN degree, she wants to move forward to become a nurse practitioner.
Greyson is attending her first year at Montana State University, as a college transfer with a 4.0 GPA. She is a recipient of the “do the right thing” award, animal rescuer, and loves to volunteer at a variety of organizations. Miss Montana Teen USA helps her to bring awareness to suicide prevention and the importance of self love. Greyson would like to thank everyone that has made being a part of this experience possible.
Kenna attends Colstrip High School. She plays five different instruments, is involved in 4H, HOSA, Student Council, Cross Country, Cheerleading, and is a HOPA Health Scholar of Promise. She decided at 3 she was interested in medicine and has since been working to become a Trauma Surgeon. She hopes to someday work for Doctors Without Borders. As Miss Montana Teen USA, Kenna hopes to inspire young girls to work to make their dreams come true.
Kaitlyn is a Senior attending Jefferson High School in Boulder. Her favorite subject is history and she enjoys cheerleading. She lives in Helena where she trains her Husky and hangs out with friends at the lake. She enjoys traveling and spending time in Washington DC with her parents. Kaitlyn plans on attending a Montana State college to pursue an education in the medical field of nursing or psychology. She is proud to be representing Helena.
Lexie is a freshman at Ronan High School and lives in the Mission Valley area. She spends her time as varsity cheer captain and participates in many school events. Along with being first in her class, Lexie works as an intern for her local newspaper. She also advocates for suicide awareness and prevention in her area. Lexie’ s main goal is to be a voice for her community and a role model for generations to come.
Morgan is a sophomore at Fergus High School in Lewistown. She fell in love with dance at the age of five and has traveled as far as California, Florida and New York to perform. She is a varsity cheerleader, a student council class officer and involved in her school’s mentoring program. Wherever her future takes her, she knows she wants to work with children, most likely as a teacher or counselor.
Page, 16, is a junior at Butte High School. She plans on graduating and getting her bachelors in biology then go to medical school to become a gynecologist. After getting her medical degree, she plans on moving to New York to get a job.
Reegan, a senior at Huntley Project High School, plans on attending college after she graduates and getting her bachelor’s degree in psychology. After that, she plans on getting her master’s degree in Social Work. She is President of FCCLA and the student body. During her senior year, she plans on running for president of her school’s National Honor Society. In her free time, she likes to sew and write.
Determined & passionate, Payton balances volleyball, cheerleading, track and field, 4-H, and her academic achievements. Payton a sophomore at Butte High, who is born and raised in Butte, MT. She represents Silver-Bow County and is proud to be a 4-H Teen ambassador and youth mentor within her county and state. She plans to become a Physical Therapist. Payton would like to thank her family for always supporting her.
Samantha, 17, is a senior at Billings West High School. She enjoys music and spending time with family, friends and her many pets. She enjoys figure skating and loves to travel and would like to visit Bora Bora someday. In the future, she plans to become an actress and model. With the title of Miss Montana Teen USA, she would use the platform to express the importance of self-love and suicide awareness.
Savannah is a junior at Stevensville High School. She plans to go to college to become a school guidance counselor. She has danced for 13 years and is now a part of her school’s varsity cheer squad. She has also been involved in Tae Kwon-Do for four years and is a part of their competition team. Savannah is actively involved in her church, as she’s a kid’s teacher, camp leader, and takes part in missionaries.