Director of Pre-Law and the Arts
The Pre-Law and the Arts Department at Lincoln Park provides a challenging learning enviroment for students looking to broaden their skills in speaking, writing, critical thinking research. Through this innovative curriculum, students will develop talents to help them succeed in their post-secondary education and beyond.
Students in the Pre-Law and the Arts program will take academically challenging courses designed to help them develop the skills necessary to succeed in post-secondary legal studies and a wide variety of professions. Students will be introduced to courses normally taught in the first year of law school, including those exposing them to legal procedures and professionalism. Students will also participate in performance-based courses such as trial advocacy, speech, and debate. In addition to this program of study, students will take college preparatory courses across the curriculum.
The Pre-Law and the Arts faculty is comprised of Pennsylvania certified teachers and legal professionals with years of experience in education as well as in the law and justice systems. The director of the department, Mrs. Mia Frank, is a veteran English teacher at Lincoln Park who is also a Pennsylvania licensed attorney with several years of experience in practicing law.