After school programs keep kids safe, help working families and inspire students to learn.
State statute requires every school district to have an anti-bullying policy.
Charter Schools are independent public schools that are free from rules and regulations that apply to traditional public school districts unless specifically identified in charter school law.
Early childhood education is imperative to the future of our children. Learn more about opportunities in Missouri.
Find information regarding immunization recommendations from birth to senior years.
Find a wide variety of topics, including student residency, school district boundary lines, boards of arbitration, school elections, facility needs and safety.
Find the latest policies and information on security issues such as earthquakes, tornadoes and fires.
See Missouri's strategic priorities designed to guarantee the superior preparation and performance of every child in school and in life.
Discover the many resources available to help prevent or report bullying.
All students will have the necessary skills to further their education or compete for jobs in today’s competitive market.
The Missouri Comprehensive Guidance Program is designed to serve all students in grades K-12 and helps ensure equal opportunity for all students.
Find information pertaining to Missouri’s new high school equivalency test, the HiSET.
Find updated information on the state’s assessment plan.
Missouri offers more than a dozen career and technical student organizations. Find out more, including how to participate.
This handbook outlines what is required to graduate high school in Missouri.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
The MOST Plan helps parents save for their children’s college.
Find data breakdowns from Missouri school districts.
Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) offers online courses to Missouri students in grades K-12.
The A+ program provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school.
The Department provides a variety of services related to special education.
This program provides coordinated services and assistance to young children with special needs and their families.
The Department strives to help prepare and develop effective educators across the state.
College & Career Readiness
Career education combines academics and occupational skill training to prepare students of all ages.
Interested parties may sign up to take the HiSET to earn their high school equivalency certificate.
Earn a college degree in less time.
Learn how all students should set educational goals to make sure they are college and career ready.
These set of standards define the knowledge and skills students need in each grade level and course for success in college, other post-secondary training and careers.
Learn the difference between curriculum and standards.
Find the latest videos, scholarships, news and planning on how to help pay for your postsecondary education.