About American Coronet
The American Coronet pageant was founded in 2002 as an alternative to the pricey pageants full of hidden expenses with a focus on outer beauty. American Coronet values community service and achievement aspects of pageantry over the hotel ballrooms and hairspray.
American Coronet delegates compete in areas of competition demonstrating character and community involvement. The pageant is held 100% online through electronic submissions with no travel, wardrobe, admissions, or other expenses.
How it Works
After entering, each national contestant will receive an appointed title (first-come, first-serve so enter early to get your state!). State crowns and banners are available to each state queens once their entry fee is paid in full. She is encouraged to make appearances and use her title to promote her platform in her community. There are no hidden fees or extra costs to be eligible for extra awards.
Delegates compete online and are scored on Resume, Photogenic, Community Involvement, Leadership, and with 3 essays. Our competition is held 100% online through a portfolio system where delegates submit their materials through out website which accepts rich text copy/pasted in or typed directly, photo uploads, document uploads, and video links. The delegates may edit their portfolios up to the entry deadline (April 30th), at which portfolios are sent to judges for scoring. You can see an example of what a Judging Portfolio looks like here.