Heritage High Student Brianna Smith Crowned National American Miss Jr. Teen
By Space Coast Daily // December 8, 2015
Her title was awarded by a panel of expert judges
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Heritage High sophomore, Brianna Smith, was crowned as the National American Miss Jr. Teen at the National Miss competition in Anaheim, California, last week where she competed with 50 state representatives.
Smith first competed in the state pageant held in Jacksonville, Florida, in July, where she received the state title – guaranteeing her a spot in the national competition.
Smith’s ambition is to graduate high school with top grades and to pursue a career as a broadcast journalist.
She currently is involved in Hertiage’s sports medicine academy where she is a student/athletic trainer, assisting injured athletes.
She’s also a member of the Florida Hospital Youth Advisory Committee and plays as a midfielder for the school’s soccer team.
In addition to her academic life, Smith is actively involved in the community outside of school as she volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House and sponsors a four-year-old boy from Uganda through the Change the Story initiative.
Her National Miss title was awarded by a panel of expert judges.
For more information, please contact Colin Turey, sports medicine academy director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.