Miss North Carolina’s Teen 2023 – Hanley House


Hanley House

Miss America's Teen 2024

Miss North Carolina's Teen 2023

On January 13, 2024, Hanley House was crowned Miss America’s Teen 2024 in Orlando, Florida. Miss America’s Teen – the teen division of the Miss America program for young women ages 13-18 – included 51 contestants from across the United States competing in fitness, evening gown and talent. House won both evening gown and fitness preliminary competitions, garnering $6,000 in scholarships ahead of the pageant’s final.

Hanley was crowned by Morgan Greco, Miss America’s Teen 2023, of Washington State.

As part of the prize package, House will receive the option of a $60,000 scholarship or a 4-year scholarship to the University of Alabama.

On June 24, 2023, Hanley House was crowned the 18th Miss North Carolina’s Teen. Follow her journey by liking the MNCTeen Organization and Miss North Carolina’s Teen Facebook pages and following her Instagram account, @missamericasteennc! Also, be sure to visit hanleyclairehouse.com and subscribe to her new YouTube channel at youtube.com/@missamericasteenNC.

About Hanley:

Born in Raleigh, Hanley House is 2023 Miss North Carolina’s Teen. A thirteen-year competitive dancer, Hanley has earned national awards and studied ballet programs throughout the country, including Alonzo King Lines Ballet in San Francisco as well as Joffrey Ballet School in New York City. Hanley started her own vinyl design business at age twelve, inspiring her to create her community service initiative “Passion to Profit” – empowering young entrepreneurs and building real-world skills. Through her business, she has been able to donate more than $1,000 to the American Heart Association. She is a student at Cleveland High School and plans to further her education by studying architecture and design while performing on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill “Carolina Girls” dance team.

To book Miss America’s Teen, please complete a booking inquiry, at missamerica.org/booking-inquiry-teen.


Career & College Promise Program: dual-enrolled at Cleveland High School and Wake Technical College

Community Service Initiative

Passion to Profit - Empowering Young Entrepreneurs


Hanley has earned more than $74,750 in scholarships competing at the local, state, and national level in addition to $40,000 in in-kind scholarships. She also has the option to attend the University of Alabama on a four-year scholarship.

Local Titles

Hanley previously represented the local organization for the Cleveland title.

Photos at Miss America’s Teen 2024 by Houston M Photography:

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