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Membership Benefits
1. Listing in the LSF Member School Directory. a. The Directory allows you to create a profile for your school featuring academic and extracurricular activities, admissions and financial aid procedures, and other relevant information. This is a great way to gain exposure in the Latino community! 2. Invitations to the LSF/BSF Member School Fair held in the fall of each year 3. Recruitment opportunities at the Access Program where you can meet potential students and showcase your school’s offerings. 4. Assistance with student recruitment and distribution of informational materials to Latino families 5. School Placement Services – LSF staff will act as a liaison between school staff and families in need of supplemental linguistic and academic support. 6. LSF staff members can accompany potential students and their families to your school for visiting days and Open House events. 7. Informational seminars provided by the LSF to educate school staff members about the Latino community and the best practices for integrating Latino students and families into the independent and parochial school environment.



How do I register to be an LSF Member School?

To become an LSF Member school, please click here.


How do I renew my LSF membership if I am a current LSF Member School?

To renew your membership as an LSF Member School, you must first log in to your account by clicking here. Once you have logged in, you will be able to pay your annual dues to renew your membership. The LSF asks that you renew your membership by September 1st of each year so that we are able to successfully counsel students in the Access Program through the application season.


Do I have to be located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area?

No. Your school does not have to be located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. However, we do ask that those students enrolled in our program be residents of the Washington, DC metropolitan area.


Are there any requirements for becoming an LSF Member School?

Your school must give financial aid, either independently or through the Archdiocese, be accredited, and host students in grades PreK-12.


Register as an LSF Member School today!
LSF Member Schools actively support the mission of the Latino Student Fund. Schools receive a number of benefits from the LSF including listing in the online school directory, which is available to the greater Latino community, and access to prospective student profiles through our online portal. LSF MEMBER SCHOOL INFO Tier 1: $1,000 Annual Fee Independent Schools: 400 or more Student Enrollment Tier 2: $750 Annual Fee Independent Schools: 399 or less Student Enrollment Tier 3: $500 Annual Fee Parochial Schools The LSF accepts all major credit cards online or send a check made out to the Latino Student Fund to PO Box 5403, Washington, DC 20016. Payment should be submitted by September 1st each year.

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