WHS Student Jaclyn Weber To Compete In Miss Florida Teen USA 2016 Pageant

After winning the title of Miss Jupiter Teen USA, Wellington High School senior Jaclyn Weber is set to compete in the Miss Florida Teen USA pageant this fall.

As a top-ranked student, Weber attributes her pageant accomplishments to her academic success, her great experiences on the WHS debate team and WHS marketing team, and her participation on the Wellington Cougars all-star cheer and dance team.

As an active community volunteer, Weber currently serves as co-president of the Horses Healing Hearts mentoring program, which helps children gain self-confidence and feel more accepted by their peers. A Prom to Remember and Relay for Life were two of her favorite events since winning the Miss Jupiter Teen USA title.

“I hope to gain insight that will help me become a more influential person,” Weber said of her pageant-related experiences. “I recognize that my actions can inspire others to volunteer in their communities and succeed in life. It only takes one person to change the world.”

Weber encourages local charitable organizations to contact her via her Facebook page, Miss Jupiter Teen USA 2016, to seek her support for their fundraising efforts. Many sponsors continue to support her on her journey, including: Posch Boutique, My Crowning Closet, Edmund James Salon & Day Spa, Wellington Plastic Surgery and Nutinfits.

Weber is a part of the Miss Florida USA family and encourages her peers to consider the USA pageantry experience, as well as the ability to win college scholarships.

In October, Weber will compete for the title of Miss Florida Teen USA 2016 at Fort Lauderdale’s Parker Playhouse.

ABOVE: Jaclyn Weber