The Tri-M Music Honor Society is the international music honor society for middle/junior high and high school students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership.
Through more than 5,500 chartered chapters, Tri-M has helped thousands of young people provide years of service through music in schools throughout the world. Tri-M is a program of the National Association for Music Education. For more info, visit the Tri-M Music Honor Society Homepage, or National Tri-M Facebook Page.Briar Woods High School Chapter
Our chapter consists of members from chorus, band, Guitar, and orchestra students that meet all the requirements. Our goal is to promote cooperation between all the music departments and enrich our school through music.
- Attend all but 1 meeting
- Recommend/Approved by Music teacher.
- 3.2 Cumulative GPA and 4 semesters in a music class
VOLUNTEER HOURS REQUIREMENT:
All members will complete ten service hours each year, with at least six being directly tied to music.
To join our Remind101 for 2017-18, please text "@6b2bf8" to 81010.This Years LeadershipPresident: Pragun AnandaVice President: Thomas MooreSecretary: Payton MinnickHistorian: Ashna VayalilTreasurer: Caroline BirdOfficers:
President Schedules and runs meetings/activities with Mrs. Monigold Vice President Assists president in all activities / press releases Secretary Notes of meetings and attendance at all meetings/events – give all to Historian Treasurer Money– Coordinates sales Historian Scrapbook to be submitted to National Office for Chapter-of-the-year. Link: www.menc.org/tri-m
Why You Should be a Tri-M® Member
- The Tri-M Music Honor Society® recognizes and rewards students based on their accomplishments and service activities. Isn’t it nice to be thanked for all you do?
- Having a Tri-M chapter at your school gives a boost to your school music program. Don’t you love helping your music teachers be recognized for their hard work?
- Chapter service and community activities show the entire community how important music is in your school. So, the next time it comes to budget cuts, your chapter activities can help make sure that music stays in your school!
- Tri-M is a chance for all members of your music program—meaning both the vocalists and the instrumentalists—to work together toward common goals under the leadership of school faculty. Isn’t it great when we can all get along?
- Tri-M gives you the chance to learn new skills through service activities and taking leadership of chapter projects. Don’t you love learning?
But Wait, There’s More!
Tri-M ConferencesMany Tri-M chapters participate in local, division, and national Tri-M Conferences.
As for the division and national events, they’re held at the same time as or as part of selected MENC national and division conferences and feature special sessions just for Tri-M members. Many Tri-M conferences include chances for students to meet members from other chapters, hear special performances, visit music exhibits, and even perform themselves!
ASCAP JAM Program
All active Tri-M members can also be part of ASCAP’s Junior ASCAP Membership (JAM) Program. The program promotes musical composition and raises awareness about intellectual property rights among young musicians. Through the program, Tri-M members receive special discounts on wireless products, T-shirts, electronic gear, movie tickets, and video rentals.
Each year, Tri-M offers money for summer study programs to chapters that have received the national Tri-M Chapter of the Year Award. These scholarships are awarded by the chapter advisors to deserving chapter members. Encore Tour Tri-M Scholarship
In addition, check out MENC's Scholarship Resources for Music Students page for information on scholarship opportunities from a variety of sources!