The 6-year-old participated in the state pageant that took place in Indianapolis in August.
She will now move to the national event, which will take place at Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla., in November during the week of Thanksgiving.
Brylee will have the chance to win cash prizes, which will help her in her future goal of going to college to become a nurse.
She will compete in a talent program, volunteer program, along with striving toward winning the National Princess title. When competing for the national title, she will be conducting herself in a professional manner while interviewing with the judges.
By participating in the American Co-ed and National American Co-ed Pageants, girls are taught to pay attention to their attitude, poise, personality, communication and confidence within themselves. These pageants are not considered "glitz" pageants and do not allow the younger girls to wear makeup.
They want the girls to feel comfortable with themselves.
Brylee volunteers for the Clay County Food Pantry and enjoys helping others. She is the daughter of Brad and Monica Wallace.
The American Co-ed Pageant was incorporated in the state of Florida in 1983. Pageants take place for single girls ages 3-22 .