Chatting With Morgan

by Savannah Waszczuk

Chatting With Morgan What do students think of Launch’s online classes? We sat down with Morgan Burkitt, a senior at Forsyth High School, for a Q&A session about Launch, online learning  and other teen-friendly topics.  Access...

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Taking Science Statewide

by Savannah Waszczuk

Taking Science Statewide Megan Walcher combines her love of science and passion for teaching to instruct Launch’s Earth Science, Astronomy and AP Physics courses. “My dad was in the military. I grew up in California, but then my...

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Why We Launch: Chillicothe

by Savannah Waszczuk

Administrators in Chillicothe weren’t looking for an online learning platform—they were looking for an online learning system. Launch was the perfect solution. Dr. Jill Watkins, assistant principal at Chillicothe R-II School...

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Why I Launch: Dixon Reid

by Savannah Waszczuk

Dixon Reid, an advanced eighth grade student at Cassville Middle School, was able to take Geometry with Launch from the convenience of his Cassville Middle School campus. SUBMITTED BY MINDI ARTHERTON After completing advanced math...

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Expanding Opportunities

by Savannah Waszczuk

Administrators in the Republic School District aim to give their students as many opportunities as possible—that’s why they made Launch courses available to all high school students.  At Republic High School, College and Career...

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A Balancing Act

by Savannah Waszczuk

During her summer break, Republic High School freshman Kloey Monthei was both a star and a student—the national-level pageant princess earned her PE I credit with Launch. Kloey Monthei has been competing in pageants since age 6. “I...

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Rockwood’s 21,000+ Reasons

by Savannah Waszczuk

While it’s home to some of the largest schools in St. Louis and among the largest systems in the state, the Rockwood School District works to meet the individualized needs of each of its 20,000+ learners. Last summer, the district ......

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Why We Launch: Brentwood

by Savannah Waszczuk

While many of the public and private schools in St. Louis are among the largest in the state, Brentwood is small but mighty—it has less than 1,000 students K-12. How does it compete? “We hoped the addition of Launch would ......

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