DHS sophomore named Miss Teen La. International
From staff and wire reports - Apr 05, 2012
Hailey Elizabeth Clark was crowned Miss Teen Louisiana International 2012 on March 12, 2012. Hailey was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana but has lived and attended schools in St. Tammany Parish and Jefferson Parish, and she is currently a 15-year-old sophmore at Destrehan High School.
She is the daughter of Tiffany Koeberl Clark of Destrehan and David Michael Clark Sr. of Slidell. She has two siblings: an older sister, Jessica Clark Meyers, a graduate of Archbishop Chapelle High School, and a younger brother, David Michael Clark Jr., an 8th grade student at Harry Hurst Middle School.
Hailey loves to dance, sing, play guitar and piano, paint and participate in talented drama classes, plays and musicals. She is also an avid reader and loves animals.
The Miss Teen International Pageant was developed 23 years ago to help encourage teens, ages 13-18, to give to their communities as well as in support of the young women that follow in their footsteps. The contestants are judged on a personal interview, evening gown, fitness wear and fun fashion wear. As Miss Teen Louisiana International, Hailey will spend her reign making appearances and volunteering for local and state events as a representative of Louisiana teens. She will support her platform of "Keep the Arts Alive" by educating individuals on the importance of keeping the arts program in the school curriculum and the benefits that participating in the arts brings to students.
Hailey will compete in the Miss Teen International 2012 national competition July 26-28, 2012 in Chicago .
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