Parent Association


A Welcome from the Parent Association President

On behalf of the Blue Ridge School Parent Association, I’d like to welcome all of our new and returning families.  I am excited and honored to serve as your Parent Association President for the 2016-2017 school year.  My husband Pete and I have a 16-year-old son, Jack, entering his junior year.  With a mix of time honored tradition and an innovative spirit, Blue Ridge has so much to offer each individual and we as parents have much to offer in return.

Good news - as a parent at Blue Ridge School, you are automatically a member of the Parent Association!

We invite and welcome you to our Parent Association meetings usually held during Fall and Spring Parent Weekends. We also welcome your assistance, participation and feedback.

Our main fundraisers each year have traditionally been Fall and Spring Parent Weekends. This year we would like to get our fundraising done early! Please consider being a sponsor for FPW and be sure to sign up at smile.amazon.com (select BLUE RIDGE SCHOOL INCORPORATED, St. George, VA) to support the BRS PA. Most importantly please join the Baron Backers! Together we can all make sure the quality of life for the boys while they are at BRS is the best it can be. 

It is such a joy to see where our Parent Association fundraising dollars are used each year.  With this money, we sponsor Baron Spirit Events, birthday treats and exam snacks, teacher appreciation, senior dinner on the eve of graduation for seniors and their families and graduation gifts for seniors.   Additionally, when funds allow we typically make a gift of lasting significance that directly benefits the boys while they are at BRS.

Please don’t hesitate to call, text or email me for anything at all, 859-265-0515, robinpcline733@hotmail.com

Many Thanks,

Robin Cline


"HAVING A TEACHER & MENTOR WATCHING OVER OUR SON GIVES US THE PEACE OF MIND NEEDED TO BE ABLE TO COPE WITH HIM BEING SO FAR AWAY FROM US. HIS CONSTANT SUPPORT AND COMMUNICATION AND OVERALL CARE FOR MY SON'S WELL-BEING IS IMMEASURABLE."