Barbara Nitke, Courtesy of A & E Networks

Rocky Mountain High School Senior Molly O'Brien is about to become a TV star. The 17-year-old Fort Collins designer is one of 12 contestants selected for the second season of "Project Runway: Junior," which airs on Lifetime on December 22nd.

Contestants ages 13 to 17 face different fashion challenges and possible elimination each episode. Tim Gunn is back as the mentor, along with the host Hannah Jeter, and judges Kelly Osbourne, Christian Siriano, and Aya Kanai.

Molly began sewing in her grandma's basement when she was 8-years-old. It wasn’t until her freshman year in high school that she was inspired by a fashion design teacher that taught her about clothing construction and building a brand.

What Could Molly Win?

The Winner of “Project Runway: Junior” will receive a full scholarship to the prestigious FIDM in California; a complete home sewing and crafting studio, plus, the dream machine, all courtesy of Brother; a feature in Seventeen Magazine; and a $25,000 cash prize, to help launch their line. Also, butter LONDON will supply a year’s worth of products and the opportunity to consult with butter LONDON to create a limited edition nail color collection. The styles from their finale collection will be manufactured by Los Angeles Development House, Lefty Production Company.