Business Operations Director Rankin Fowlkes was named the recipient of the 2022 Jean Barbee Hale Award for Outstanding Service during a luncheon Wednesday, May 25. The award is given each year to one staff member who exhibits the same qualities and spirit of Jean Barbee Hale - outstanding loyalty, responsibility, dedication, and commitment to excellence in service to the school.
March is almost here, which means that the second annual Buzzard Bracket Battle is right around the corner. This is a fun and unique NCAA Tournament bracket competition that is offered to MUS alumni, the current MUS senior class, and faculty. Players will win fun prizes along the way, and all participating alumni will be invited to an MUS Final Four Watch Party on April 2.
Your first step is to create your Buzzard Battle team, and we suggest that you begin recruiting now! Once you set up your team, please email your team nickname and captain's name to BuzzardBattle@musowls.org.
Our winter concerts are the perfect way to celebrate the holiday season. The event Monday, December 6, will feature the MUS Orchestra and Wind Ensembles. Come back Thursday, December 9, to hear Studio Band, Jazz Band, and Beg To Differ.
The 2020-21 Community Impact Report is now available on our website HERE under News & Social. Take a look at the many ways the school and our alumni contribute to the Memphis community economically and philanthropically.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation and College Board recently recognized 21 students from the Class of 2022 for their strong performance on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Mr. Ryan Sellers, chair of the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, will participate in the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture program June 21-25. NEH programs are highly competitive and include workshop participation and a stipend.
We kicked off Black History Month February 2 with an X-Block presentation featuring an introduction by Assistant Principal Barry Ray, student contributions, and a performance of Lift Every Voice and Sing by Director of Music Matt Tutor ’91 and Music Instructor Chris Carter.
We have launched a virtual tour to help prospective families learn more about MUS. We need your help spreading the word! Please share any (or all!) of our social media posts to help us attract more Owls to 6191 Park Avenue!