Chloe Bartlett graduated early from Nevada High School in December 2016 with honors and almost a sophomore in college with 25 college credit hours! She chose to use her extra time to start on one of her desires of becoming a hair and makeup artist by enrolling in cosmetology school. She will be graduating in November 2017! She is focusing on her reign as Miss Missouri Teen USA and will start college next fall at Lindenwood University pursuing a business/marketing degree in hopes of one day owning her own beauty brand!
Chloe grew up on a farm outside of her small town, Liberal, Missouri, with less than a thousand residents, but that hasn’t stopped her from being all she can be. She can be seen riding her show horse, Sevens Strands of Gold, around the farm or at horse shows when she has spare time. In 2012 she was 10th in the Nation --Youth Trail 18 & under, Palomino Association Honor Roll Award.
She is also a young lady of many talents and has been involved in show choir and athletics since a small child. She began touring with a show choir group the Show Biz Kids when she was 6 performing her first solo. She then traveled with the Triple Threat Troupe opening for several Branson, Missouri shows. In high school she was a member of Soundsational Singers and voted Most Outstanding Performer in 2015-16. Chloe also comes from a very athletic family and played basketball since she was 5 and has been on several travel teams. She also is a multi-sport athlete and a varsity starter in basketball, volleyball, and track.
Chloe was inspired to compete in Miss Missouri Teen USA because of her mother who was Miss Missouri USA 1990. She also enjoys modeling and has appeared in numerous runway fashion shows and has modeled at market with her most recent adventure modeling for Jovani in New York! She was thrilled to be chosen as a Jovani IT Girl finalist. She also has appeared in multiple commercial print campaigns including Hallmark, Omni Apparel, and has modeled for many boutiques including Purely Piper.
Chloe’s passion is serving others in her community through volunteering to make a difference in people’s lives. She is an advocate for children with chronic illnesses and disabilities. She is very involved in the Make-A-Wish foundation and Special Olympics. As a small child Chloe had an eye disorder, which made it very difficult to read. She knows firsthand what it feels like to be excluded, made fun of, and to feel different than others. Chloe credits her deep faith, love and encouragement of her family to remain true to who she is. Because of her experiences, her goal is to share with others the need to stand up against bullying and cyber bullying. Chloe wants to share her personal experiences and motivate young adults to be who they truly are which is unique and special regardless of their differences.
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