C.K. McClatchy Law and Public Policy Academy (LPPA)
Grades 9-12

School Program

Program Information

The Law and Public Policy Academy (LPPA) courses are taught through the lens of the law. Students study the history of the legal system, analyze DNA using forensic evidence, learn the methods by which our justice system operates and we form public policies. Students also analyze and draft legal documents and participate in mock trials, moot court, and debate competitions.

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LPPA Student Outcomes

Academy graduates are knowledgeable about the law and public policy, can apply relevant legal concepts, communicate effectively, and critically assess and evaluate arguments and perspectives, while exhibiting leadership, compassion, respect, and professionalism.

Application Requirements

Please fill out a Specialty Program Application (available 11/26/18-12/20/18) to enroll into this program.