Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) was developed out of SB603 being signed into law. Its mission is to offer Missouri students equal (online) access to a wide range of high-quality courses, flexibility in scheduling, and interactive online learning that is neither time nor place dependent. The intended spirit of SB603 was to give students access to courses that are not offered or cannot be taken due to scheduling conflicts. At LAR2, our first choice is always to have students participate in our current curriculum course offerings.  MOCAP (SB 603) obligates LAR2 to offer online credit advancement in school or out of class at LAR2's expense up to a full-time course load. Otherwise, it would be at the expense of the family.
LAR2 is defining MOCAP as:
  • Providing courses we do not offer or conflict with student schedule
  • Out-of-Class online learning
  • Not over seven (7) courses per semester
  • Meets MOCAP eligibility requirements

The District partners with LAUNCH, an online course provider, to bring a full catalog of quality courses to LAR2 students. If you have more questions about Virtual schooling please contact Mr. Bobby Spoonster at Louisiana High School.  

Click here for the Application for MOCAP Services*.

*Applications must be received by the end of the first week of the second semester.  We encourage patrons to apply as early as possible because vendor capacity is limited.