Combined Course Catalog (see all the MOCAP Courses and Programs in one document)
PDF Version Combined Course List
Excel Version Combined Course List

 

Courseware Providers

 

All registrations for MOCAP must begin with the student's resident LEA's enrollment process.  The resident LEA will register enrolled students with MOCAP providers to setup reporting and invoicing.

 

Districts and charters: please use the following form to enroll students with our MOCAP vendors. This form is to be used only by districts and charters. It is not to be filled out by parents. All information on the form is required in order to enroll students in MOCAP courses. To find your region please visit the MOCAP website at https://mocap.mo.gov/contact-us.html. Course name and ID code can be found on the Course Catalog. Please do not ask parents to fill out the form.

 

MOCAP Registration Form

 

MOCAP Guidance

 

Please note that in the event of school closures, courses taken through the MOCAP program will need to be entered with Program Code 50 if the teacher is provided by the MOCAP vendor or Program Code 52 if the teacher is provided by the district or charter but is using MOCAP curriculum. These program codes will need to be used regardless of where the instruction is taking place because in either circumstance it will not be taking place in the school building. Please note that Program Codes 50 and 52 are ONLY for MOCAP courses. Courses developed by an LEA or through a cooperative agreement will not use a program code.

 

MOCAP

2021-2022

 

Data Security Review

 

 

 

20 U.S.C 1232 g (b), 162.1475, and 610.021 (6)

MO Certificated Educator

 

 

 


168.011 RSMo

Course Alignment to Missouri Learning Standards


161.670.5 (3) RSMo

Web Accessibility Checklist

 

 

 


161.935
RSMo

Advanced Placement 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NCAA Verified 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accelerate
X
NA
X
X
X
X
Connections Academy

X

X
X
X
X
X
Edgenuity
X
X
X
X
X
X
Edison
X
X
X
X
NA
X
Edmentum
X
X
X
X
X
X
Greenways Academy
X
X
X
X
NA
X
Launch
X
X
X
X
X
X
Mizzou Academy
X
X
X
X
X
X
MOVA
*
X
X
*
NA
NA
Odysseyware
X
NA
X
X
NA
X
R7 Online Academy X X X X NA NA
SJSD Virtual Academy X X X X X X
SchoolsPLP
X
NA
X
X
X
X

 

Key of which entity reviewed statutory compliance:

  • X = DESE has made assurances
  • * = LEA approved
  • NA = Not Applicable
MOCAP COURSE CATALOG KEY
  • A/B = Indicates a course has a first semester (A) and a second semester (B)
    • The semesters can be taken individually (first and second halves)
    • Courses listed per semester will be paid twice for a full year of the course
  • FY = Full Year course does not have individual semesters
  • Numbers after the course name indicate the grade level (i.e. Mathematics 6 is a Mathematics course for 6th graders)
  • Roman Numerals after the course name indicate the level of courses (i.e. Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III)
  • MOCAP courses must use either a vendor's teacher or an LEA's teacher
  • The curriculum-only (Program Code 52) courses are only for LEA's that use their own teacher
  • Private pay parents may work directly with vendors for enrollment and other options
  • Materials and book costs are separate from course price

 

MOCAP Registration Guidance:
  • Local school districts and charter schools should connect with courseware providers directly to register resident students in MOCAP courses.
  • Students must follow the LEA's enrollment procedure for virtual courses before registering with any MOCAP provider.
  • The online courseware provider must accept monthly payments based on progress, per Section 161.670.3(3) RSMo.
  • School districts and charter school shall monitor progress and success, per Section 161.670.3(7) RSMo.
  • The LEA may provide the educator for curriculum-only courses if one is available; otherwise the student shall find a course that the vendor supplies the Missouri appropriately certitifcated teacher.  Curriculum-only courses are intended for school districts and charter schools that want to deliver courses virtually using their own educator.
  • Local school districts and charter schools must ensure statutory requirements are met for non-MOCAP courses per Section 162.1250 RSMo..
  • Districts grant diplomas, so please ensure course selections meet local district graduation requirements.
  • Students taking more than two courses must have an individualized learning plan: Individual Career and Academic Plan
  • Any student who wishes to represent his/her school in interscholastic sports or activities must meet a number of statewide (MSHSAA) and local essential eligibility requirements. Students should contact their school's athletic director or principal to review and discuss all necessary requirements for participation.
  • MOCAP courses listed as approved by the National Collegiate Atheltic Association (NCAA) are listed on the NCAA list of couses. 
    • Primary Criteria for NCAA Review
      • Minimum Time in Course: To be considered, reviewed and approved, transcripts should list each courses start date and end date to report that the 6 week minimum requirement has been met.
      • Instruction Type: NCAA requires that you provide how online courses are graded. Whether they are computer graded by multiple choice, quizzes and exams only, by an instructor that provides instruction to the student for lessons, assignments and exams or both. NCAA does not approve computer graded courses, therefore students need to review the courses they enroll in to assure they are NCAA approved. Labeling this determination on the transcript will help in the review process.
      • Type of Credit: NCAA evaluates courses that meet the Core Requirement - ELA, Science, Social Studies, Math, etc. Elective courses are not considered.
      • Note: To quicken processing time include NCAA ID number.
    • For more information, please visit National Collegiate Athletic Association Guidance for Nontraditional Courses.