IS the name used to describe a community of
home schooled students
IS the organizational structure that supports high school home schooled
Students who choose to participate in any of the activities and programs offered by Bluegrass United are automatically considered "members" of the community. These students are supported by a unique organizational structure that seeks to unite the home schooling community for the purpose of strengthening its impact, increasing its desirability and furthering its influence.
Bluegrass United is an “umbrella” organization for many high school programs. The umbrella organization
Currently, 10 programs, or "spokes," exist under the Bluegrass United “umbrella.” Each spoke is independently operated and has its own leadership, organizational structure, bank account, etc. Bluegrass United retains some limited oversight responsibilities for each program.
The 10 independently-run spokes of Bluegrass United are:
Bluegrass United Academic Center Core Program
Bluegrass United Academic Center Electives Program
Bluegrass United Socials
Bluegrass United Performing Arts Company
Bluegrass United Boys Soccer (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
Bluegrass United Girls Soccer (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
Bluegrass United Girls Volleyball (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
Bluegrass United Boys Basketball (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
Bluegrass United Girls Basketball (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
Bluegrass United Cross Country (Co-Ed)
Bluegrass United Trips
For more information about Bluegrass United visit the BU web site here.