• Offers courses for students in grades K-12
    • K-8 students must take at least 6 courses online
    • 9-12 students who are district residents have the option of full-time or part-time online (up to two classes online or two classes in the building)
  • Full-time online students can take up to two classes at a "brick and mortar" school in the district
  • MCPASD residents can apply and switch their enrollment at any time before Spring Break (though the natural breaks in the year are recommended and at the high school level may be required), non-district residents must apply through the Open Enrollment process
  • All students receive a laptop if they need one, students in grades K-8 program also receive a printer
  • Students who have an IEP can receive necessary services through MCPASD special education staff in the buildings as necessary
  • Courses are asynchronous, meaning students are able to work on their classes at a pace that works best for them (i.e. a couple classes at a time at a faster pace vs. a full course load at a traditional pace)
  • Students are allowed to participate in sports and extra-curricular activities offered through MCPASD if they meet WIAA eligibility standards
  • Our enrollments are around 100 full-time students, with just over half of our families attending are under Open Enrollment
  • We have approximately half K-8 students and half high school students
May I enroll my non-high school student in just one or two online classes?
No, at this time our district does not have that option, it is only available at the high school level.

What is the difference between virtual school and home school?
Virtual schools have an established curriculum, the student has an assigned teacher and, at the high school level, the courses count towards a high school diploma.  It is important to realize though, that online school is not necessarily easier for the parent.  The parent (or learning coach) plays an essential role in keeping the student on track, helping the student navigate the assignments and providing the first line of support.  

Does my student have to enroll at the beginning of the school year?
MCPASD residents may switch to the eSchool at any time prior to Spring Break.  We are not  able to accept any new Open Enrollment families for the 2016-17 school year.

Who do I contact with further questions or to enroll my students in the program?
You can contact Kim Gauen at kgauen@mcpasd.k12.wi.us or call the 21st Century eSchool office at 608-829-9648 for additional information.