Virtual Learning

  • Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) was established in 2007 as the state’s virtual learning school. It was previously known as Missouri Virtual Instruction Program (MoVIP).  Currently, MOCAP offers courses for grades K-12. Students can take courses from any internet-connected computer, available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. MOCAP's mission is to offer Missouri students equal access to a wide range of high quality courses, and interactive virtual learning that is neither time nor place dependent.


    Local school districts and charter schools may use their own preferred virtual learning provider.  The Neosho School District’s preferred providers are Launch and Edgenuity. Launch is operated and overseen by the Springfield, MO School District and currently offers over 120 courses.  Courses are designed by Missouri teachers and aligned to the state standards. A formal review process is built into all course development to ensure high quality and rigor.  


    Edgenuity is a leading provider of K-12 virtual learning solutions, partnering with schools and districts throughout the country to provide the tools and support needed to leverage technology to improve student outcomes.


    Students wishing to take advantage of virtual learning opportunities will do so through Launch or Edgenuity.  All information/procedures that follow in this document are in reference to Launch and/or Edgenuity.


    If a student wishes to pursue a virtual class offering through other MOCAP options outside of Launch, he/she will need to contact the counselor/admin to discuss the enrollment process.  More specifics on that process are at the end of this document.    


    Current course offerings through Launch can be found at: 


    Courses taken through Edgenuity will be discussed on a student by student basis.