Access LaunchThe Voice of Virtual Learning In Missouri
Access Launch magazine tells the stories of Launch students, Launch teachers and Launch partner districts. Each issue contains in-depth student Q&As, teacher and partner district profiles and success stories, all from Missouri students and teachers working with Launch. The magazine is published three times per year and shared with Launch liaisons and administrators statewide.
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On September 24, Norborne R-VIII School District became Launch’s 100th partner. “Provide equal course access to all Missouri students, regardless of zip code.” This has been one of Launch’s main goals since we began offering onli...0
Kazumi Holcomb, a native of Japan, shares the story behind developing and teaching Launch’s Japanese I and II courses. I was born in Japan. My hometown is called Yokohama, which is the second largest city. I went to college also ... Re...0
While the Everton School District is small in size, it aims to provide big opportunities for students—Launch helps by greatly expanding the high school’s course catalog. Every August, Mr. Kip Spalding welcomes a group of Everton H...0
As multiple public Missouri school districts struggle to staff and offer Driver Education to students, Launch provides a solution for partner districts statewide. As we continually visit public school districts across the state, we’re ...0
Launch’s new Advanced Placement (AP) Program/dual credit courses serve college-bound students seeking a more rigorous curriculum. Launch began offering multiple new courses with the start of the fall 2018 semester, including multiple A...0
The administrative team at Marshfield High School values Launch courses for a variety of reasons, including the way they can help non-traditional students. A little more than a year ago, Marshfield High School student Katelynn Creson wal...0