Morgan Green was crowned Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen 2014 at the conclusion of the state pageant held on March 2nd, 2014 at the B.B. Comer High School in Sylacauga. She will represent the state of Alabama in the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2015 pageant, scheduled for this Saturday, August 2nd in Orlando, Fla.
Morgan Green being crowned Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen 2014 by the out-going queen Jessica Procter, Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen 2013. Photo: Tamika Moore.
Her platform is “Literacy: Pathway to Prosperity.”
For talent, she sang “Don’t Rain On My Parade” and won the talent Prelim.
Morgan is a junior at Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa. She participated in the pageant as a way to find scholarship money.
With the title, she was awarded a four-year renewable full tuition scholarship to Auburn University, the University of Alabama and Troy University.
Morgan is a member of the National Honor Society, National Beta Club, Alabama All-State SATB Choir, Alabama All State Show Choir, and Youth Leadership Team at Taylorville Baptist Church. She is a Teen Leader at Children’s Hands-On Museum, a Hillcrest High School Ambassador, and camp counselor and worship leader at Chilton Baptist Association’s Kids Camps. Morgan has performed in more than 25 theatrical productions, has had lead roles in 16 plays with Theatre Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre and Hillcrest High School and was the Grand Prize Winner of Tuscaloosa’s Got Talent.
Newly crowned Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen 2014 Morgan Green (C) and her runners-up: Emma Caroline Gaddy, 4th Runner-Up; Tiara Pennington, 2nd Runner-Up; Kelsey Smith, 1st Runner-Up and Katelyn Richard, 3rd Runner-Up.
Green’s court includes the first runner-up Kelsey Smith; the second runner-up Katelyn Richard; the third runner-up Tiara Pennington; and the fourth runner-up Emma Caroline Gaddy.
The top Ten are: Bria Kalpan, Katelyn Richard, Natalie Layton, Emma Caroline Gaddy, Olivia Kurosaka, Morgan Green, Tiara Pennington, Mary Grace Long, Brooklyn Holt and Kelsey Smith.