Why Tri-M®?

In a phrase, perform, lead, and serve.

A Tri-M® Music Honor Society chapter opens up a world of opportunities for students who have already shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, they’ll develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in school and beyond.

For Educators

A Tri-M® Music Honor Society chapter offers students, grades 6 through 12, the chance to perform, places them in leadership positions, and gives them the opportunity to serve the community.

For Students

A Tri-M® Music Honor Society chapter in your school will give you countless opportunities to perform, lead, and serve the community.

SOCIAL OR SERVICE?

TRI-M® MUSIC HONOR SOCIETY HAS A PLACE FOR YOU

"I’d love to start a Tri-M® Music Honor Society chapter but I just don’t have the time.” This is a common challenge for music teachers on all levels. You would love to provide an opportunity for your students but just can’t find room to add a chapter to your already packed teaching and performance schedule. See how three music teachers have found creative ways to incorporate Tri-M® into their programs by using events they already host and utilizing their Tri-M® members to assist with recruitment and service projects.

high school student singer with tambourine

TRI-M® MEMBERS TELL THEIR STORIES

Portrait Of Male And Female Students Singing In Choir

ADVISOR

Getting to Know You

The Homestead High School (Cupertino, CA) Tri-M chapter brings together disparate...

Teenage School Kids Smiling To Camera In School Corridor

Student

Youthful Wisdom

Jordan Penrose, a senior at United High School in Monmouth, IL, has been a Tri-M chapter member...

Female playing violin

ALUMNI

Time of My Life

The time I spent in Tri-M: loving music and helping the local community with my peers...