Does your school allow home school students to participate in extra curricular activities like sports?
The NJSIAA rule is that home school students ARE allowed to participate in sports IF their school will allow them to join. Currently a lot of schools are unfriendly to home school students. I can't understand why, the school gets paid for a whole student through taxes but does not need to provide anything for him/her. In sports most school have an activities fee, which the home school student would also pay.
Back to the point: which schools DO allow home school students? With an appropriate list, we would have some place we could direct parents to contact. I would expect that probably the co-op teams will be the best resources for them. Maybe we should try to maintain at least one co-op fencing team each season to collect the free radical fencers? That would be a valiant effort on the part some special school.