A Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter at your school could positively impact your student musician’s lives. Tri-M encourages students to go above and beyond in their school and community through service projects and performance opportunities.

These projects bring awareness to:

Read Kansas Music Educators Association’s article about how rewarding starting a Tri-M Chapter is for both students and teachers.

“I joined Tri-M by mistake, and it was probably one of the best mistakes I have ever made in my life. Tri-M taught me how to be a leader by planning fundraisers, finding volunteers, and creating successful events.” – Mari Dowling, Tri-M alumnus

“[A] Tri-M chapter brings together disparate groups of student musicians into one supportive community.” – John Burn, Tri-M Advisor

Click here to apply for a grant

Tri-M Headquarters provides everything you need to get your chapter started. On MusicHonors.com, you can find:

Click here to apply for a grant

Congratulations to the
2019-2020 Grant Winners!

Bishop Miege High School
Chapter 8644
Rowland Park, KS
Robin Christie, Advisor

Chapel Hill High School
Chapter 8645
Douglasville, GA
Nick Viviano, Advisor

De La Salle High School
Chapter 8646
New Orleans, LA
Duncan Pray, Advisor

Hamilton County Junior/Senior High School
Chapter 8647
McLeansboro, IL
Jessica Weise, Advisor

Jefferson County High School
Chapter 8648
Dandridge, TN
Merritt Boling, Advisor

Northwood High School
Chapter 8649
Silver Spring, MD
Ryan Sullivan, Advisor

Platteview High School
Chapter 8650
Springfield, NE
Paul Ketchen, Advisor

Roosevelt High School
Chapter 8651
Roosevelt, NY
Akira Regan, Advisor

Sam Barlow High School
Chapter 8652
Gresham, OR
Amber Schroeder, Advisor

William Workman High School
Chapter 8653
City of Industry, CA
Tim McElearney, Advisor