Leader, Mentor, Visionary
In 2010 the Miss South Carolina Black International program was developed by My Sister's Keeper Ministry of Restoration. In 2019, the MSCBI program made a quantum leap beyond the stage of pageantry to provide an opportunity for women of color to develop their leadership skills by connecting their social awareness initiative to their educational or career goals. The MSCBI is an official preliminary State competition to Miss Black International. Exist to encourage, empower, and embrace all women of color in the USA and beyond the borders of North America.
35% of the total score based on The Presentation of the Social Impact Initiative aka PLATFORM and Personal Achievement Portfolio on the Titleholder's official Facebook Page and on stage 90 second presentation.
Miss Black SC '13- Faneisha Reagan. '
Whether you sing, dance, spoken word or instrument. Girl you got talent!
Showcase yours on the stage!
LEGACY Queen 1st Teen Queen
SC Talented Teen 2010
Teen MBSC '10 - Aisha Bellinger
35% - On Stage Interview before a panel of judges. The interview is your opportunity to share information about yourself and why you should be the national titleholder.
Miss Columbia '16 - Mandi Fitzgerald
25% - Your ability to represent the organization at all types of events and venues is very important. First impressions are lasting impressions.
Miss Aiken '12 - Nola Grant
5% - Being a titleholder is a lot of responsibility and accountability. Your ability to meet deadlines and make appearances is critical as the National titleholder. This accountability score is based on you being punctual to appearances/events and meeting all established deadlines in a timely manner.
Teen Columbia '16 -Alexxis Mitchell
Miss Division - Ages 19 - 29
Miss York County '18
Ms. Division - Ages 30+
Miss Piedmont '13
Teen Division - Ages 14 - 18
Teen Orangeburg '18
Jr. Teen Division - Ages 11-13
Jr. Teen MBSC '14
Princess - Ages 5 - 13.
The MBSC Princess program is designed to introduce young ladies, ages 5 through 13 years of age, to the Miss Black SC program to help them understand that developing self-confidence, poise, grace and public speaking skills are some things they can begin preparing for at a young age. It allows them to work closely with the Miss Black SC Queens who will serve as their role models and mentors through community service.
Princess Jolena & Princess Acilynn
Beyond the Stage using your voice to make a difference in the community. Leadership awards are given based on your appearances during your reign.
Academic awards are given based on your success in school or college. All delegates must be in school or have at least 2 years of education beyond high school or certification in their career, ie, CNA.
Community Service awards are given based on your volunteer hours during your reign as a titleholder.
Mentors empower the community!
As a titleholder you are expected to mentor the youth in your community!
Mentors empower the community!
As a titleholder you are expected to mentor the youth in your community
Leaders do not just dream about the future their dreams become the future.
Looking for a hostess, speaker, emcee? Miss Black South Carolina titleholders are available to support community events.
Representation of the local titleholders