A Message From Our Director
Welcome to Southwest California
Welcome to Southwest California Pageants.
It is with great excitement that we announce the opening of registration for the 2015 Miss Inland California Scholarship Pageant. This year's pageant will be held on October 4, 2014 at the La Sierra High School Theater in Riverside.
Our pageant organization is dedicated to enhancing the lives of girls and young women throughout the communities of Southwest California. Our goal is to provide contestants with the opportunity to compete in a pageant system whose main focus is community service and involvement. We are a "natural" pageant (meaning no make-up on girls - they're beautiful just the way they are!). Additionally, there is no swimsuit competition in the Miss and Teens pageant. SWC Pageants titleholders will develop poise and presentation skills which help build self-confidence and prepare them for future opportunities. If you want to become more actively involved in your community, be a positive role model for girls and teens, make friends and have fun, then Southwest California Pageants is for You!
What will the new titleholders do?
The new 2015 titleholders from Inland California will have an exciting and active year in their cities & communities. The new Inland California Court will participate in county, city and chamber of commerce events, charity fundraisers and special events, riding in parades, as well as providing community service for local non-profit organizations.
You don't need a long resume of community service to be in the pageant. We're looking for young women who want to become active in their community.
Southwest California Pageants has something special for girls and young women from 3 to 22 years of age. We offer trainings and seminars for our titleholders who wish to build personal presentation and interview skills. Our younger titleholders participate in fun events where they can learn age appropriate skills for personal introductions and interactions. We'll show them how they too can be involved in their community.