Alyssa is a sophomore at Montana State University. She is currently majoring in psychology with a minor in French. Alyssa is an avid horseback rider, paddleboarder, and hiker. She is a strong advocate for volunteer work and has volunteered at several animal rehabilitation organizations. She is also the founder and host of the interview podcast “And That’s Okay.” The Miss Montana Teen title would allow Alyssa to continue advocating for the normalization of differences.
Ava is a junior at Billings Skyview High School. She is actively involved with varsity cheerleading, varsity tennis, student council, and Key Club. With her fondness for reading, Ava created Bags of Books, an organization dedicated to encouraging the love of reading in low-income children. Through Bags of Books, Ava has donated over 500 books to children in Billings. Due to her spirit of adventure, Ava aspires to be a pilot in the Air Force.
Brontë is an avid reader and editor, and is currently writing her own fantasy novel for teens. She is also a vocalist, violinist, pianist, and songwriter, and has a 4.0 G.P.A.-homeschool and John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. She cares deeply for the welfare of animals and has raised $1000 for a local spay and neuter clinic. Every Friday, she volunteers at the Boys and Girls Club, where she teaches STEAM to fifth graders.
An early graduate from Glacier High School, Dejana is currently pursuing her license to become an Emergency Medical Technician. After losing a loved one to suicide it became her mission to help others and advocate for suicide and mental health awareness with her platform #Speakout. With a love for the outdoors and serving her community Dejana is a volunteer firefighter aiding in high-risk situations. For fun you can find Dejana hiking her favorite trail.
Gracie is a fun, energetic, senior at Beaverhead County High School in Dillon where she stays involved in school clubs. She has spent 60+ hours volunteering in a elementary classroom after school and aspires to receive her masters degree in elementary school teaching. Gracie enjoys playing any of her four instruments, dancing, and singing. Her musical talents and her love for kids, endeavors the platform of teaching schools the importance of music in the classroom.
Julia is a 4.0 GPA sophomore at Fergus High School. As Class President, Julia is involved in her community and was awarded the DAR Award for her citizenship and service. Julia succeeds in Speech and Debate, BPA, Key Club, cross country, and is a dancer. As an aspiring cardiologist, Julia is passionate about her platform, “CPR Campaign: Care Protect Resuscitate.” Her goal is to create workshops to teach students healthy habits, first aid, and CPR.
Kiersten is a senior at Manhattan Christian HS. Kiersten has been awarded First Team All-State in volleyball and basketball the past three years, and one year in cross country. She has also received Academic All-State honors in volleyball, basketball, and cross country all three years of high school. Kiersten maintains a 4.0 GPA and will be attending Boise State University on a volleyball scholarship in the fall of 2022, where she plans to study architecture.
Lauran was born in Nashville, Tennessee. She has lived in Argentina, Uruguay, and six states. Lauran’s heart and home are in Montana, where she has excelled through her school years at Hamilton. She is among the top of her class and 2021 Prom Princess. Her two passions are her horse and violin. She has been accepted to All-State and All-Northwest orchestra all four years of school and performed with violin in over 50 community events.
Passionate, kind, energetic: these three words describe Lexie Gauthier. As an active member in her community and school, Lexie participates in debate, cheerleading, and dual enrollment classes. When she is not in school you can find her advocating for mental health awareness or making a delicious cup of coffee as a barista. Lexie is a trailblazer, paving the way for more young girls like her to pursue politics and bring hope back to their communities.
Animal lover and Montana native, Lillian Joy Allred, comes from a modern American family. She spends most of her time at her mom’s with 2 of her sisters, 2 cats and 2 dogs. One dog being her emotional support dog. The rest of the time you will find her at her dad’s with her stepmom, 6 other sisters and 6 pets. Lillian works at McDonald’s and is an honors student at Butte High School.
Rylee Boltz, future CEO and business owner has a drive for achievement. Born into an athletic family, sports come naturally. Rylee lettered in all of her high school sports varsity as a freshman and has continued to do so. Rylee has a burning passion to help people and that is just what she is doing. She created the R&R kit consisting of various items for rehabilitation and rebuilding for girls that go through human trafficking.
Sage is a sophomore at Dawson County High School in Glendive, MT. She is a varsity cross country runner and got second for her team at state cross country meet in 2020. She competed in gymnastics for seven years and is now coaching at her local gymnastics gym. She loves kids and volunteers at her church as a Sunday school teacher. Sage’s favorite subject in school is art and she enjoys using charcoal pencils.
Tiana, 17,is a senior. She enjoys going out and being the best version of herself, not only in Cheer and Track, but also in her community. Tiana has achieved the scholar athlete award, each year, which signifies that she has maintained a 3.95 GPA or higher while also being on a varsity sport. She is planning on attending Pepperdine University, majoring in Business Management and minoring in english. She aspires to become a Defense Attorney.