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Preparing for College in Spanish

Links and Resources

For specific information about high school diplomas and specific credit requirements ( in Spanish), please go to Opportunities:2010-2011 Virginia Guide to Education After High School, available at

For more information (in Spanish) about the IB programs, go to the International Baccalaureate Organization at .

To find additional information about helping your child prepare for college, go to Student Aid Website at .

Helping your child choose from the more than 3000 colleges and universities that exist in the United States is an important job for you as the parent. Additional information about this process is available in Spanish from the College Board at

Most financial aid requires the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To learn more about financial aid and how to prepare these forms, please visit

Sallie Mae, Inc., the nation's leading provider of student loans and administrator of college savings plans has prepared a guide about understanding the costs of college. .

According to the Federal Trade Commission, a federal agency, provides information on scholarship scams, and says it is important to know the warning signs and where to get help. For information in Spanish, visit