Meet Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen
Name: Olivia McMillan
Hometown: Centerville, Georgia
Platform Issue: The Sibling Support Project
Scholastic/Career Ambition: Obtain a degree in vocal performance
Pursue a career in the music industry
Scholastic Honors: Applied and accepted to three Advance Placement Classes; Maintained Honor Student status since elementary school; two-time Governor’s Honors nominee for Literature and Vocal Performance; Accepted to membership in National Beta Club; Ranked in top 10 percent of class.
Leadership Roles: Eagle Ambassador and Member of Junior Projects Committee, Northside High School; Youth Representative on the Stewardship Committee, the Pastor Search Committee and the Youth Council, First Baptist Church of Christ; Representative on the Warner Robins Youth Leadership Council.
Accomplishments: 1st place winner, Classical Division, National Association of Teachers of Singing competition two consecutive years; 1st place winner Musical Theater Division 2013; 2013 and 2014 State and Region Literary Champion, Girl’s Solo; Lead Role, State and Region Champion One-Act Play, last three years; Best Supporting Actress Award, Region One-Act 2012; All Star Cast Award, Region One-Act 2013; Miss Northside High School 2012; Miss Congeniality three consecutive years ; Miss Teen Dogwood 2011; Freshman Homecoming Court Representative 2011; Participant in a Master Class with opera star Lisa Vroman; Two-time recipient, Principal’s Award; Lions Club Citizenship Award.
Interesting Facts: I am biracial; I was adopted by Caucasian parents; My brother has severe Autism and Bipolar Disorder; I have sung in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capital, The Jefferson Memorial, and for a former U.S. President; I took a road trip across 12 states, traveling a total of 5,378 miles in two weeks!