• Mocap


    The Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) has developed a catalog of virtual online courses for students. Parkway students are able to take an entire course 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, flexibility in scheduling, and interactive online learning. Credits earned from these courses will count toward Parkway graduation requirements.

    The state-approved course catalog and approved vendor list are available HERE.  

    Following the approval of MO HB 1552, the Parkway School District has updated the full-time virtual enrollment procedures to meet the provisions of the law. In accordance with the new law, all Parkway families seeking full-time virtual enrollment with a hosted MOCAP program will be required to unenroll from Parkway and enroll in the host school district. This means that the student will no longer be a Parkway student.


    All Parkway families seeking full-time virtual enrollment with a non-hosted provider will be required to seek approval from Parkway School District. Parkway administrators and counselors must agree that the full-time enrollment is in the student's best educational interest. The school-based team can deny a request.  Students will complete the application available HERE.

    For students who wish to take a course through the MOCAP program, we encourage families to consider our preferred, third-party, online vendor, Launch. If students wish to access a different course through another MOCAP provider, they are welcome to do so.

    The application for MOCAP courses for the 2024-2025 school year is available HERE.

    Once an application has been submitted, a school team (or IEP/504 team) will review the request and make a “best educational interest” determination by evaluating the following:

    (1) Student has the pre-requisite for the requested course
    (2) Student has been successful in previous online coursework
    (3) Student will have access to academic supports that he/she has previously utilized and benefited from
    (4) Student course request(s) will meet special education and/or 504 needs
    (5) Student course requests will not exceed 7 scheduled classes

    If the request is approved, the student will be enrolled with the requested MOCAP vendor.

    Students requesting Missouri Course Access (MOCAP) courses must do so within the district enrollment period, which ends 10-days after the start of each semester. Students requesting a course after the enrollment period may result in a denial of the request since it may not be in the best educational interest of a student to begin a MOCAP course mid-semester. The student may be approved to enroll in the same course during the following semester's enrollment period.

    For any questions regarding virtual learning in Parkway, please visit parkwayschools.net/Page/11608 or contact Dr. Jennifer Stanfill at jstanfill@parkwayschools.net or (314) 415-8450.