|Miss Teen USA|
The Miss California Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of California in the Miss Teen USA pageant. It was formed in 1983. This pageant is part of the Miss USA Organization, owned by Miss USA 2008 Crystle Stewart.
California is in the top five most successful states at Miss Teen USA in terms of number and value of placements. Miss California een USA titleholders have been invited to red-carpet movie premieres, such as that for Santa Clause 3 attended by Kylee Lin, and She's the Man, attended by Jessica Powell.
The current titleholder is Cassidy Hill of Newport Beach, who is crowned on June 5, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Orange County. Hill represented California for the title of Miss Teen USA 2022 and was the second runner-up in the pageant.
In the 1980s, the pageant was directed by Richard Guy and Rex Holt, who also oversaw the Miss California USA, Miss Texas USA and Miss Texas Teen USA pageants. They lost the contract in 1990, when it came up for renewal.
California holds a record of 23 placements at Miss Teen USA.
|Year||Name||Hometown||Age1||Placement at Miss Teen USA||Special awards at Miss Teen USA||Notes|
|2022||Cassidy Hill||Newport Beach||18||Second runner-up|
|2021||Cameron Doan||Anaheim||19||Top 16|
|2020||Zoe Hunt||Coronado||17||Top 16|
|2019||Alina Rae Carranza||Los Angeles||17|
|2018||Janeice Love||Barstow||17||Top 15|
|2017||Jaanu Patel||Huntington Beach||16||Fourth runner-up|
|2016||Athenna Crosby||San Jose||17||Top 15||
|2015||Melanie Mitchell||Anaheim||16||First runner-up|
|2014||Bianca Vierra||Hayward||19||Third runner-up||
|2013||Chloe Hope Hatfield||Norco||18||did not compete||
|Cassidy Wolf||Temecula||19||Miss Teen USA 2013|
|2011||Alexis Swanstrom||San Diego||17||Second runner-up|
|2010||Emma Baker||Poway||18||Second runner-up||
|2009||Chelsea Gilligan||Beaumont||18||Second runner-up|
|2008||Taylor Atkins||Piru||17||Top 15|
|2007||Kylee Lin||San Rafael||16|
|2005||Stephanie Brink||Bellflower||18||Fourth runner-up|
|2004||Stacey Beltran||Oxnard||18||Miss California Teen International 2005|
|2002||Jennifer Morgan||Alpine||17||First runner-up|
|2001||Casey McClain||San Marcos||18||Semi-finalist|
|1999||Marianne Kennedy||Long Beach||17|
|1997||Kimberly Gloudemans||Bakersfield||16||First runner-up to National Sweetheart 2001|
|1996||Michelle Cardamon||San Diego||18||Second runner-up|
|1994||Shauna Gambill||Acton||17||Miss Teen USA 1994||Later Miss California USA 1998, first runner up at Miss USA 1998
Represented the United States at Miss World 1998 (Top 10).
|1993||Stefanie Sweeney||El Dorado Hills||18||Now Stevi McShane; owner of Crowned One Productions, a pageant production company, and director of the Miss California U.S. International Pageant and the Jr. Miss and Miss Teen and Miss California American Beauty Pageant. She was also Mrs. California International, 2008.|
|1992||Natasha Allas||Los Angeles||18||Finalist||Later Miss World USA 1999, semi-finalist at Miss World 1999|
|1991||Jolene Fulkner||Yorba Linda||14||Youngest ever Miss California Teen USA|
|1990||Trisha Robey||Los Angeles||18||Semi-finalist|
|1989||Michealean Bonilla||Los Angeles||17|
|1988||Alison Moreno||El Toro||15||Best State Costume||Disqualified from competing at the national pageant curfew violation, contrary to pageant rules.|
|1987||Angi Aylor||El Toro||14||Semi-finalist (6th)||Miss Photogenic (tie)||Second runner up in Miss World USA 1994|
|1984||Jodie Alvarez||San Pedro||19|
|1983||Shawn Gardner||Modesto||17||Semi-finalist||Placed first runner-up in state pageant, assumed title when winner resigned title to get married.|
|Teresa St. Nicholas||Monterey||17||Resigned|
1 Age at the time of the Miss Teen USA pageant