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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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
Central High School student Evan Parker earned his International Baccalaureate Diploma and is headed to Yale this fall, and he did it all with the help of Launch. Evan Parker is a bright kid with an even brighter future—after he ... Re...0
What do Missouri’s modified virtual education provisions mean for your school district? We break down SB 603 and explain how Launch offers a solution to the new legislation. “We are purpose driven. We are not profit driven.” As Spr...0
Life stacked all odds against Hillcrest High School student Becca Lewis, but she didn’t give up. After a rocky, unattainable start to her senior year, Becca began taking Launch online classes and was able to earn her high school diplom...0
What’s it like to run a virtual school? Follow Launch’s Design and Support Specialist, Jared Chester, for a slice of life inside of our offices. Phone calls. Log in issues. Custom design work. Explaining how you can learn to drive .....0
Launch’s Physical Fitness class is helping hundreds of Missouri students earn their physical education credits online. Any time we share our Launch course catalog with someone new, one question seems to pop up more than anything else: ...0