Kamalani Domingo is competing for Miss America National Teenager. She was crowned Miss California Southern National Teenager by America’s National Teenager Scholarship Organization (ANTSO).
Miss California Southern National Teenager will be majoring in Chemistry. She won a 2 year scholarship, and if she wins Miss America National Teenager, she will win an additional four-4 year scholarship.
The America’s National Teenager Scholarship competition will be held this July in San Antonio, Texas.
America’s National Teenager Scholarship Organization (ANTSO), which has been crowning girls for over 40 years, offers phenomenal opportunities and helps young ladies searching for college funds to go to college.
Kamalani has been visiting schools, speaking on topics such as the importance of academics, grades, volunteering and helping the community and also reads to Kindergarten classes.
The new Miss California Southern National Teenager loves children and loves helping them. And she has been appearing at festivals, reaching out to young students.
She has many awards signed by presidents, Obama and Bush, for academics and her volunteer work, among many other awards. She is also volunteering at our local Boys And Girls Club, she volunteers at our local hospital, and is also a Debutante.
She was published in the Antelope Valley Newspaper, she will soon be published in the Daily News, and has billboards going up for her.
- Photos by Cherie Brazeau
She also just graduated from the L.A. County Sheriff’s “Community Academy. Miss California Southern National Teenager will graduate high school this June, 1 year early and will go to college at the age of 17.
Miss California Southern National Teenager will be throwing the first pitch at our local Jet Hawks Stadium, Saturday May 25, 2013