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MOCAP for Mexico Public Schools (MPS)

For those interested in MOCAP enrollment, please contact Mark Holman at Mexico Education Center at (573) 581-5684 ext 2720. 


Full-Time Virtual

To enroll in a full-time, hosted online MOCAP program for grades K-12, you will reach out directly to the provider using the contact information listed on the MOCAP website. There is no approval needed from your local school district for full-time hosted MOCAP program enrollment. Regardless of choosing in-seat instruction or virtual learning, all families must register with the district. 


MOCAP Full-Time Hosted Providers:

  • Imagine Learning Edgenuity-MPS Mark Holman 

Visit the link below to learn more about full-time virtual learning or to enroll in full-time virtual learning:

Missouri Course Access Program

Overview of MOCAP:

  • Resident districts (Mexico 59) are not required to provide technology for MOCAP students. Paper copies will not be sent home for students.
  • Students who do not successfully participate in full-time MOCAP coursework will be transferred back to their resident district(Mexico 59).
  • Full-time students are transferred to the MOCAP provider’s host district, which impacts MSHSAA eligibility.
  • MOCAP students are required to take Missouri state assessments(MAP testing and EOC testing)
  • MOCAP courses are aligned to Missouri Learning Standards and are taught by Missouri-certified teachers. 
  • MOCAP allows students to take rigorous and unique courses aligned to their interests. Not all class offerings will be available to students.
  • MOCAP Students who do not participate, complete assignments, or are not showing adequate progress with a virtual provider may be required to return to in-seat instruction.  Success and progress will be determined after consultation with the virtual program director after each district grade reporting window (i.e. 1st semester and 2nd semester).
  • A student’s individualized education program (IEP) team or Section 504 team will make the virtual course enrollment decisions for students with IEPs or Section 504 plans.

Part-Time Virtual


  • The student resides in and is enrolled in the district; 
  • The Virtual Director approves the enrollment

PART-TIME VIRTUAL Getting Started-- 

  • Enrollment through Imagine Learning Edgenuity for the first semester of the 2024-2025 school year will open on 8/1/24 and will close on 8/23/24. Imagine Learning Edgenuity courses begin 8/21/24.
  • Imagine Learning Edgenuity, is the preferred virtual learning provider for MOCAP coursework in Mexico Public Schools. 
  • Imagine Learning Edgenuity has a rigorous K-12 curriculum that is aligned with the Missouri Learning Standards and is staffed by certified educators who live and work in other districts.
  • New enrollments for virtual learning through Imagine Learning Edgenuity for the first semester require contacting Mark Holman at Mexico Education Center at (573) 581-5684 ext 2720 by Wednesday, August 21, 2024.
  • After contacting Mr. Holman, the parent will complete a virtual course enrollment form. Then, the Virtual Director will be in touch to schedule an appointment to discuss the best educational interest, course offerings, prerequisites, course recommendations, and the tools needed to be successful in a virtual environment. 
  • Students approved for virtual education will begin classes on Wednesday, August 21, and have until Friday, August 23 to transfer back to in-seat instruction if so desired. Otherwise, they must remain in the Imagination Learning Edgenuity program for the rest of the first semester. The same will occur 2nd semester. The first enrollment day is Monday, January 6, 2025, and have until Wednesday, January 8, 2025 to transfer back to in-seat instruction. 
  • Students approved for part-time virtual education through Imagine Learning Edgenuity will be issued a technology device by Mexico Public Schools.
  • Students approved for virtual education through Imagine Learning Edgenuity can participate in extracurricular activities as long as they meet MSHSAA requirements by having a full-time schedule.
  • Students approved for virtual education are required to complete state assessments in person (MAP tests at the Middle school or EOC exams at the Alt School).
  • Upon approval for virtual education, additional scheduling logistics will be arranged directly with the student’s grade level school staff.
  • A student must be successful with Imagine Learning Edgenuity to be approved for future semesters. The director will assess performance at semesters end and notify parents or guardian about future plans. If denied, a letter will be sent home with an explanation of why the Part-Time enrollment was denied.



  • For grades 8 and above, school staff will work with the family to develop an Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP). If the student already has an ICAP, the plan will be reviewed and modified as necessary.


  • A student’s individualized education program (IEP) team or Section 504 team will make the virtual course enrollment decisions for students with IEPs or Section 504 plans. If enrollment is appropriate, the IEP or Section 504 team will determine the services, aids, supports, and accommodations required. Any review of a decision made by an IEP or Section 504 team must go through the process provided under federal law (Policy IGCD).


  • Mexico Public Schools will pay for the cost of part-time virtual courses only if the district has first approved the student’s enrollment in the course as outlined by policy (Board Policy IGCD). 

Athletics and Activities Information 

  • If the student wishes to participate in athletics and/or activities, certain courses must be approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA).  Not all courses and/or vendors are approved by the NCAA.