Welcome to MoVIP

The last Start Date for the Summer semester is June 25.  Since students must register one week in advance, all registrations for summer courses are now officially closed.

If you are currently enrolled in a summer course, please note that they are set up so that students can complete a traditional 18-week session in nine weeks. In other words, the pace is twice as fast in the summer.  On average, summer students should plan on spending two hours working on each course, each weekday or approximately 10 hours per week.

Also, we hope to be able to begin registering students for the Fall semester in early-August with Fall courses beginning in mid-August.  Please check our website again at that time.

Thank you. Have a great summer!


About MoVIP:  The Missouri Virtual Instruction Program (MoVIP) was established in 2007. MoVIP offers online courses to Missouri students in grades K-12.  MoVIP is a tuition program offering courses to public, private and home school students. 

Students take MoVIP courses for many reasons.  Missouri students can access advanced courses or foreign language courses through MoVIP that are not currently offered by their local school district.  Some students take MoVIP courses to graduate early or to solve scheduling problems.  A number of Missouri students are not able to attend their local “brick and mortar” schools for medical reasons, or they are involved in special activities.

Online education offers students flexibility is a variety of ways.  MoVIP courses are self-paced so students can move through the classes at a faster or slower pace if necessary. 

In total, MoVIP offers about 150 different courses for 2013-14 school year including foreign language and Advanced Placement (AP) courses.  For a complete list of courses, as well as course descriptions, visit the Course Information section of our website. Per semester tuition costs are also listed there.


MoVIP, which is administered by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), offers state-funded seats for a limited number of medically fragile students.  Information about applying for these state-funded courses is in the Medically Fragile Students section of our website.

Missouri Revised Statue 162.1250 allows school districts to pay for online courses and receive state funding for these courses.  Local policies will determine if the district will pay for these courses.  Parents/guardians can pay for the courses as well.


Enrolling for courses and paying tuition is a simple 3-step process.  Please visit the How to Enroll/Pay Tuition section of our webiste for instructions.

Enjoy your course!  Please Contact Us if you ever need any assistance.