Ready, Set, Launch!

Interested in taking our classes? Missouri students can work with Launch liaisons in their school districts to enroll in our courses, or parents may enroll students directly. Learn how below.


Enrolling Through a School District

Launch liaisons at Launch partner school districts can enroll students through Launchpad, our custom-designed enrollment portal. Liaisons from non-partner school districts can also enroll students through Launchpad (via MOCAP). Please check out the Launch Member Directory to learn if your student’s current school district/the school district you live in currently works with Launch.

Enrolling as a Parent

Application Deadline
2022-2023 MOCAP enrollment is now closed. Launch will start taking enrollments via MOCAP for the 2023-2024 school year on July 1.

Students seeking direct admission into the MOCAP Launch Attendance Center must meet each of the following:

  1. Resident of Missouri
  2. Currently enrolled in their district of residence public or charter school
    • Students who are currently expelled from their resident district due to safe schools or other violations may require additional screening and could be denied admission.
  3. Reached age 5 before the first day of August of the school year
  4. Seeking full-time virtual enrollment (minimum of 6 courses per semester)

Application Process

  1. Parents who wish to enroll their students in full-time Launch Virtual Courses must complete the MOCAP Registration Process.
  2. After you submit your application, the Launch team will review it along with all supporting documentation. A member of the Launch team will then contact you with next steps.
  3. Once your student is enrolled, it is important that your child maintains the Academic & Attendance Policy.

    After you submit your application
    The Launch team will review the application and all supporting documentation. A member of the Launch enrollment team will contact you with next steps.

    Looking for more information!
    Download the MOCAP Registration Process document for this information and to find out more information on Device Requests, Student Schedules, Academic and Attendance Policies, and IEP/504 Plans.

      Launch Programming

      K-5 students engage with teachers everyday.

      Elementary Programming (Grades K-5)

      Launch’s Elementary (k-5) courses operate on a synchronous model so that teachers may best support students. The following items will be helpful in getting students started with Launch.
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      Middle school learners choose from dozens of courses.

      Middle School (Grades 6-8)

      Full-time virtual middle school students enroll in four content area courses; Health; PE; plus 1-2 exploratories (based on their home district’s requirements). Students can also enroll in Launch middle school courses on a per-course basis.
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      Launch offers all courses that are needed to graduate.

      High School (Grades 9-12)

      Full-time virtual high school students have both required and elective courses available. Schedules vary by grade level, and graduation requirements slightly differ by school district.

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      Graduate high school with a certificate ready to work.

      Launch Missouri's Workforce

      Launch Missouri’s Workforce is a new initiative designed to offer high school students a career-focused virtual education path in their chosen area of interest. Students who successfully complete the courses in their selected workforce career pathway will graduate high school career ready with both skills and industry-recognized certifications and credentials.
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