Tri M Music Honor Society Information
Tri-M is the international honor society for music students in senior
high schools. It is a program of the Music Educatorâ€™s National
Conference. MENC is an association of over 63,000 music education
professionals, who realize the importance of motivating students and
recognizing music achievements.
Selection of students of membership is based strictly on merit. Basic
requirements for membership are ability and scholarship in both music and
academic subjects, cooperation with teachers and fellow students,
leadership and service.
A member of the Tri - M Music Society is one who sets a good
example, is always willing to assist those students who are striving to
better themselves in the music department, and is always one who
remembers that real honor brings responsibility.
Students must fill out and turn in the Tri M Honor Society
Application by March 1, 2010 in order to be considered for acceptance into
the society. New members or returning members must pay annual dues to
Mrs. Unash in the bookstore before spring break.. New members will be
posted on March 8 and will be inducted on at the Joint Honor Society
Induction. All members will be honored again at the Music Banquet in
May. Senior members will wear a pink cap tassel at graduation in honor of
their music achievements.
Tri M Honors Music Society Application
This application must be received by
Mrs. Crock in the music office by Monday, March 1st
in order to be considered for Tri M Honors Society.
Instrument or Voice Type_____________________________
Grade________________ Years in Central Music Program___________
PCHS Career GPA ___________
1. List all music classes taken and grades received.
2. Name any music leadership positions you have held or leadership contributions you
have made to the department.
3. List other music ensembles or organizations outside of PCHS & years involved.
(All Suburban, All State, St. Louis Childrenâ€™s Choir, SMS Wind Ensemble etc.)
4. List other PCHS music ensemble which you are involved in.
5. List music honors. (Solo & Ensemble, Competitions, All State or Suburban, etc.)
6. List any music service to the community.
7. List extra curricular activities
8. List private lessons taken and number of years and name of teachers.
9. Other information which would indicate you are an honors music student.
10. Write a short paragraph as to why you consider yourself to be an honorable music
student. You should not discuss your level of performing excellence or awards