Congratulations to rising senior Drew Burnett, the 2020-21 Honor Council president. The Honor Council, composed of two boys elected from each class in the fall and a president elected by the student body at the close of the previous school year, is charged with the responsibility of seeing that the Honor Code is upheld and that any violation is dealt with fairly and justly.
Honor and integrity characterize a school worthy of respect. From its earliest days, MUS has developed these virtues through the Honor System. An integral part of the life of the students, the Honor System aids the school in its mission of developing a boy’s character and enriching his spiritual life. The Honor System establishes mutual trust between students and faculty, assures that no one will take unfair advantage of his fellows, affirms that a student will tell the truth or suffer the consequences if he doesn’t, and guarantees respect for another’s good name and the good name of the school. The Honor Code expresses the ideal of a gentleman’s agreement, a bond of trust and faith in one another.