Rosalyn Huff was crowned Miss McKinney, on February 27th 2016.
She graduated from The University of Texas at Dallas, with a Bachelor's of Science in International Political Economy in 2015.
She started her education at The University of Texas at San Antonio as an Honors College student. Rosalyn was selected to attend the 2012 Harvard PPLC and later selected to receive a scholarship to attend the RNC. Rosalyn served as a UTSA Presidential Ambassador and a member of the UTSA Student Government Association.
After her junior year, she transferred to The University of Texas at Dallas and started a collegiate Turning Point USA chapter at UT Dallas. She later led a campus Voter Regisistration Drive-registering 120 voters. Rosalyn helped develop several cases with the Innocence Project of Texas. She danced on the UT Dallas Dance Ensemble.
She loves to dance, play golf, watch movies and embraces being a NERD! Her goal is to attend law school.
A LITTLE PRINCESS
“I am a princess. All girls are...even if they aren't pretty smart or young, they're still princesses - All of us!”
Courtnee Gilchrist was crowned Miss McKinney's Outstanding Teen, on February 27, 2016.
She is an 8th grade student at Ford Middle School in Allen, TX. She will be an entering freshman at Allen High School, in August.
While at Ford, Courtnee was accepted into the organization Peer Assistance and Leadership (PALs). She is proud to represent PALs as her platform, in hopes that it will impact others on a much larger scale.
PALs partners students together that the teacher feels needs some extra guidance and support. Every week Courtnee travels to their school and does anything in her power to help her peer!
Courtnee loves helping out in her community in any way that she can, and she is constantly volunteering, for as many organizations that she can.
After she graduates from Allen High School, she hopes to attend Texas A&M University where she will obtain her Education degree and teaching certification. Her goal is to become a school teacher.
Courtnee also loves to dance. She trains at the Academy Of Dance Arts. She trains very hard and aims to become a dance choreographer and studio owner, teaching dance.
In the little free time that she does have, she loves to volunteer at her church, spend time with friends and family.
Embrace the spontaneous, because she loves the outgoing person that she is!
Jayna Evans was crowned as Miss Montgomery County, on February 27th, 2016.
She is graduating from Sam Houston State University in May 2016, with her Masters in Sports Management. She spent her time at SHSU as the Graduate Assistant of Fitness, the Strength and Conditioning Intern, as well as the Operations Intern for the SHSU Baseball Team. She graduated with her Bachelors degree from Illinois State University in 2014.
After losing two friends to drunk driving and after having a friend in jail due to being a drunk driver, Jayna paired up with the MADD Organization, which thus inspired her to adapt this as her platform.
Jayna was blessed with the opportunity to start her part-time career with the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation this May and she wants to WOW them into a full-time position.
In her spare time, she enjoys working out, reading, and baking.
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