Student Leadership and Clubs

Student leadership is a core value at MUS. Through the many extracurricular opportunities available to our young men, they learn how to organize events, communicate, work as a team, increase empathy, take responsibility, and pursue new interests. All clubs, leadership groups, and honor societies are student-led and student-run. Faculty advisors oversee their work and offer guidance.

List of 5 items.

  • Civic Service Organization

    A student's responsibility to the community is a priority at MUS. A student at MUS is given much: an excellent education, strong support, a chance for growth, and an opportunity to realize his potential. We expect our boys to give something back to their school and to the community that nurtures and supports them.
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  • Honor Council

    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.
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  • Student Clubs

    Clubs offer an outlet for activities and interests that do not fall within existing programs. Clubs which have been established in the past include Billiards, Ultimate Frisbee, Philosophy, Chess, and Pep Club, for example. Student Council grants charters to any student groups that can demonstrate sufficient interest in the formation of a club, that can articulate a reasonable purpose for existence, and that can secure a faculty advisor who will participate in club activities.
  • Student Council

    Since the re-establishment of Memphis University School, the Student Council has played an important part in the coordination and control of student affairs. The Student Council's purpose is to serve as liaison between the student body and the faculty, making recommendations to school administration about changes in the school program that will work to the best interests of all concerned.

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  • Student-Led Publications

    Student-led publications have always been an important extracurricular activity at MUS. In recent years all publications have set high standards and have involved many students in their creative efforts.
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Opening Convocation/Oath of Honor