Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program

Missouri Course Access Program (MOCAP) is made available to Missouri students through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) as a way to offer virtual learning courses to Missouri students. In 2018, Missouri state law was amended to require all school districts to advertise and make available information regarding the right to virtual learning to students.

DESE lists all courses available on their website. Students interested in taking virtual courses should contact the school district building administrator for more information. If it is in the best educational interest of the student, the school district will be required to pay for the approved virtual course(s).
Parents of interested students can learn more about virtual learning options by contacting the building administrator. A list of MOCAP courses and providers can be found at http://mocap.mo.gov/catalog/

Missouri School Board Policy IGCD addresses virtual courses and a student's right to MOCAP classes.

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Niangua has partnered with LAUNCH to provide virtual learning options for parents. To find out more about LAUNCH, please visit 

LAUNCH will be a semester-long enrollment. Once enrolled for the Fall Semester, students will be required to stay enrolled in online learning until the Spring semester begins. Click the links below for more information about the LAUNCH schedule and course samples.

HERE to see information and course samples.