Launch Success at Seymour

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At Seymour High School, nearly 40 percent of students are enrolled in at least one Launch course. A designated learning lab provides these students a place to work, interact and take classes that are often not offered seated. Near the … Read More

Expanding Options in Neosho

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The Neosho School District believes its students deserve as many options as possible—by partnering with Launch, they are providing a tool to help all types of learners. When Neosho High School student Sarah Martinez sat down to plan her junior … Read More

Course Highlights: Driver Education

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In Launch’s Driver Education course, students ride or drive with an adult, then journal about their experiences.  STUDENTS LOG THEIR EXPERIENCES ABOUT THE FOLLOWING DRIVES: Drive 1: Parking lot. This drive focuses on the practice of stopping and starting smoothly … Read More

Launch offers HiSET Help

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Launch’s new HiSET Prep course helps students statewide prepare for the HiSET Exam. As Launch grows, it’s important to us that we provide all students opportunities. Enter our newest prep course. “Launch offers a HiSET Prep course through Essential Education,” … Read More

The Details on Dual Credit

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Launch partners with Missouri State University and Drury University to offer students dual credit options. When it comes to the benefits of taking a dual credit course in high school, the list is quite long. Students are exposed to advanced … Read More

How to Make Summer Work for Your District

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With these helpful tips and Launch, you can help prevent summer slide and enrich your student’s course catalog. 1. Make Your Summer Twice as Long. Offer students Launch’s online classes in both June and July to engage more students. You … Read More

Keep Virtual Learning Public for Missouri Students

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As recent legislation requires Missouri school districts to accept virtual course credit and pay for students to take virtual courses, you can turn to Launch as your district’s preferred provider. Since summer 2017, Launch has partnered with 175 Missouri school … Read More