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Oxford Middle School Student Crowned Miss Junior Teen Princess America

Oxford Middle School Student Crowned Miss Junior Teen Princess America Oxford Middle School's own Kaitlyn Kennedy was recently crowned Miss Junior Teen Princess America at the National Princess America Pageant in Orlando, Florida. Kennedy, a rising eighth grader at Oxford Middle School, represented the state of Mississippi as Mississippi Junior Teen in the Princess America National Pageant on Saturday, July 27.

Created in 1994, Princess America Pageants are a cutting edge, fashion forward, self-expressive, trendy competition moving pageants into the new millennium. Kennedy competed against contestants from across the country in four different categories—interview, personal expression, fitness wear, and evening gown—in the Princess America’s National Junior Teen division, a competition for young ladies between 13 and 15 years of age.

Along with the National title, Kennedy also won the National Publicity Award, the Community Service Award, the You Make a Difference Award, and the Deanna Meredith Photography T-shirt design runway competition.

At Oxford Middle School Kennedy is a member of the Jr. Beta Club, Cheerleading Squad, and Volleyball team, as well as a member of the Oxford Cheer All-Stars Competitive Squad. She is a member of North Oxford Baptist Church. She is the daughter of Andy and Kimber Kennedy.

The mission of the Oxford School District is to challenge every student to reach his or her maximum potential,
thereby developing highly educated, responsible citizens who will take an active role in society.