The 2021 national entry fee to enter the National United States Pageant is $795 for appointed titles.


All national contestants are also required to sell one ad page for our National Competition Program.  The ad is one full page in color for $500 and includes a one photo design by official graphic designer and national sponsor Royal Touch Graphic Designs.  

More information about the ad page is included in our National Handbook.

All 2021 Elementary, Jr. High, High School, and Collegiate national contestants will receive:

  • Official State Crown

  • Official State Double Rhinestone Sash

  • Welcome Dinner Contestant Ticket

  • Welcome Dinner Gift

  • Chocolate & Diamonds Banquet Contestant Ticket

  • Chocolate & Diamonds Banquet Gift

  • National Pageant T-Shirts

  • National Logo Reusable Tote

  • The Hershey Story Museum ticket for each guest in your room from Hershey Lodge

  • Hershey Gardens ticket for each guest in your room from Hershey Lodge

  • Hershey's Candy throughout the week

  • Special room rate for her and her family at our host venue, Hershey Lodge

  • Opportunity to compete for the National Title of Miss Elementary, Jr. High, High School, or Collegiate United States and amazing prize package in her division.

  • Opportunity to promote their personal platform or cause with a state title during their year

  • National Handbook to prepare for the National Pageant

       and MUCH MORE!

National contestants are permitted to seek sponsors to help with their national entry fee. 


 Please note that a deposit is required to secure your appointed title.


Payment Plan for Entry Fee

Deposit: $500 to secure title (crown & sash are ordered at this time)

Remainder: $295 due within 30 days of deposit

Required Ad Page Fee: $500 due with national paperwork April 1st.

Entry Fee does not include transportation, hotel accommodations, wardrobe, some meals, souvenirs, Welcome Dinner tickets for family, Banquet tickets for family, and other general pageant expenses.  Contestants will receive more information in their National Handbook.