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We want to help your child succeed in the best way possible. In our San Diego Virtual School Counseling Center, you’ll find all of the necessary information for any current and upcoming educational needs that your child has.

Learn More About SDVS Counseling

The San Diego Virtual School Counseling Center is equipped with extensive information on ACT/SAT/PSAT test and registration dates, as well as resources for careers, college fairs, nearby community colleges, community service organizations, location-based community resources, mentoring programs, financial aid, NCAA, scholarships, sports, and more. Here is an overview of some of the resources we have to offer.

Career/Vocational Resources

College Fair Information

Nearby Community Colleges

Community Service Organizations

Community Resources by Location

Mentoring Programs

Financial Aid Information

NCAA Information

College and University Information

Scholarship Information

  • – Find information on scholarships, internships, colleges, and more.
  • – Keep track of modern news relating to college, grad school, hospitals, money, and more.
  • – Find college resources and scholarship information with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF).
  • – Find scholarship information and college resources with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).


  • – Discover information on college sports from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), a non-profit that regulates athletes from over 1,000 institutions, conferences, and organizations.
  • – This guide provides in-depth answers to the important questions of student athletes, parents, counselors, administrators and coaches.

Financial Aid

Our financial aid section has information for students and families that may need additional financial assistance to support ongoing education.

  • – “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA) allows students to electronically submit a free application to potentially receive financial aid for college from the government.
  • – Apply for student loans, banking, credits, insurance, savings accounts, and more through Sallie Mae to help students afford education beyond high school.
  • – Prepare for exams, advance careers, earn degrees, learn English, and get ready for college with Kaplan.
  • – Explore this financial guide for students going to college, including scholarships, loans, savings, military aid, financial calculators, and more.

If you need additional assistance from the SDVS counseling center that you can’t find on our online school counseling guide, you can contact Heidi Bridges, College and Career Counselor, by phone at (619) 713-7271 or by email at Our virtual counseling center is committed to providing you the information your child and family needs to succeed with your education in and beyond high school.

Notice of Disclosure of Student Records:

Parents and students can object to the disclosure of students’ protected personal information and records arising from the court order in the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association v. California Department of Education lawsuit; (See case # 2:11-cv-03471-KJM-AC.)