Miss El Paso's Teen 2023
by Kailee Boyle
Supporting: 2023 Competition Magazine for Miss Texas Organization
Thank you for taking the time to visit my page and learn a little bit more about my journey to Miss Texas Teen.
My name is Kailee Boyle and I am 16 years old. Born and raised in El Paso, TX; I am aiming to be the first college graduate in my family. In order to obtain this honor, I am currently working on my high school diploma while also taking college classes from El Paso Community College. In 2025, not only will I get to walk across the graduation stage once, but twice as I will also finish an associate of arts in General Education along with my high school diploma. Upon graduation, I plan to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio or Arizona State University to complete a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Law. As a young girl, I decided that family law is a passion and I’m an advocate for children having rights to being with their chosen family and not being forced to live in poverty at the hands of the foster care system.
My Community Service Initiative; The Virtual Friend or Foe is my initiative to educate teens on the dangers of social media and how to prevent becoming victims of online solicitation. With social media being a heavy presence with how our youth are shaped, now more than ever is the time to prevent dangerous activity from making them a victim.
Join me as I work to become your Miss Texas Teen and help shape the lives of our youth.
You can follow along my year as Miss El Paso’s Teen on Instagram @misselpasoteen or by the official Miss El Paso America Facebook page.
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Our magazine is seen by tens of thousands across the nation, is sold all year long and is a popular coffee table accessory that may be viewed through out the year. Each candidate competing for the job of Miss Texas or Miss Texas' Outstanding Teen, sets a goal of how many magazine showcase pages she wants dedicated just to her. Thank you in advance for your support.
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