FAQs

There will be approximately 10-15 contestants in each division; Miss Compton & Miss Teen Compton.
You do not have to have any modeling or pageant experience to compete in this pageant. We will train you.
There are no size, weight, or height requirements to join this pageant. We welcome and encourage all shapes and sizes to apply.
The first step to becoming a contestant is to register on the misscompton.com website so that a representative can contact you to set-up an audition date. You have to make sure you meet all of these requirements below before registering. If you don’t meet all of the requirements, you will not be accepted into this pageant.
  • Must not be married or never been married.
  • If in school, must have a GPA of at least 2.0 or higher Must be a citizen of the United States.
  • Must not have any children, given birth to a child, or cannot be pregnant.
  • Must be of good health and moral character.
  • Must be a naturally born female.
  • Must be between the ages of 18-26.
You do not have to live in the City of Compton to run for this title; however, if you do win the Miss Compton, or Miss Teen Compton title, you will have to do a lot of appearances in the City of Compton and a lot of community services.
  • Interview
  • Swimsuit
  • Evening Gown
You are responsible for providing your own swimsuit, evening gown, opening number dance dress, and interview outfit.
Due to the distraction and respect for the other contestants and families, we will not allow personal videotaping at the pageant. Please keep personal camera usage to a minimum. For your convenience, we will have photos and video of the entire pageant available for purchase.
The judge panel will consist of 5 judges for each division; 5 judges for the Miss Compton division. They are all highly respected in their industries that consist of a mixer of community leaders & representatives, business professionals and vary of individuals in the modeling, pageant, radio, and TV industry. They will also have no personal or professional connection with any of the contestants that are competing for scores. Bios on each judge will be available in pageant program.
After each round, an auditor will add the score sheets and then determine the average score for each girl. The girls with the highest scores in each age division will be that division winner. The 1st and 2nd runners up will also be acknowledged. The girl with the overall high score will be the overall winner for the pageant. We do not issue score sheets, but if you would like to know scores, you may email us at info@misscompton.com within two weeks of the pageant.
You can purchase tickets online @ www.misscompton.com or from a pageant staff. Pre-sale tickets are sold for $15 from May 1, 2017-June 29, 2017 and July 1, 2017- August 5, 2017, tickets are sold for $20. VIP tickets are $30.
Yes you can purchase tickets at the door; however we have a limited amount of seats, therefore if there are no more tickets left, then we will have no more seats available.
VIP tickets is only $10 more than general admission tickets. General admission is $20 and VIP are $30. The VIP tickets are the tickets that guarantees you the seats closest to the stage. General admission tickets are all the other seats that are left. In the VIP section there will also be other community leaders, and current and past titleholders.
If you bought your tickets online, your tickets will be placed on will call under the name of the person that purchased the tickets from the website. You will be able to pick up your tickets the day of the pageant, August 5th at will call
You are able to purchase as many seats as you will like, however, there are only 250 seats on hold at the venue location, therefore all seats are first come first served. Once we run out of seats, there will be no more seats available.
Doors open at 11am, therefore you are able to pick out a seat in the section of seating you purchase, either VIP or General Admission starting at 11am. Show starts at 12pm.