Tri-M Music Honor Society
Tri-M Music Honor Society
The Tri-M Music Honor Society is the international music honor society for secondary school students that motivates and recognizes musical achievement. Founded in 1952, the Tri-M Music Honor Society has been providing years of service through music by chartering more than 3,000 senior and junior division chapters worldwide.
Jackson High School has maintained a chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society since 1999. In 2005 the chapter was selected as Chapter of the Year for the state of Ohio. The selection of students for membership is based strictly on merit. Ability and scholarship in both music and academic subjects, cooperation with teachers and fellow students, leadership, and service are basic requirements.Sponsor – Michele N. Monigold firstname.lastname@example.org
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
REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSIDERATION
To be considered for nomination into the Tri-M Music Honor Society, a Junior or Senior student must:
a) Fill out and return the application (see file below) by the announced deadline.
b) Have the following number of years in a certain music organization:
c) Currently maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher.
- Vocalists: 2 years of membership in Chorale and a current member in good standing.
- Woodwinds, Brass and Percussionists: 2 years of membership in Symphony Band and a current member in good standing.
- String players: Involved in a Jackson High School music course (preferably a performance ensemble) and participate in an area youth symphony and OMEA adjudicated events
- Pianists: Involved in a Jackson High School music course (preferably a performance ensemble) and participate in OMEA adjudicated events as a piano soloist in class A receiving either a I or II rating
d) Have a minimum of 2 years of private instruction on their instrument or voice.
The music department will then determine membership based on your application. If accepted, the student will be inducted into the society at a formal ceremony to be held in the winter. A rehearsal takes place the evening before. The students will be required to perform at solo and ensemble this year as part of the requirements for induction.The Tri-M Music Honor Society logo and words Tri-M are trademarks of MENC: The National Association for Music Education (MENC). Unauthorized copying or use of said trademarks is strictly prohibited.