Project SUPERB (Scholars Using Psychology and Education to Reach Bilinguals) is Texas State University’s grant-funded initiative to provide more and better-qualified bilingual (Spanish-English) school psychologists to serve the growing population of Spanish-speaking children. This project adds a new training and certification track in bilingual school psychology to the existing National Association of School Psychologists-approved program at Texas State. We recruit, prepare and support scholars in specialized course work, supervised bilingual field experiences (practicum and internship) at our partner sites, and language/cultural immersion experiences to promote multicultural awareness and build professional Spanish vocabulary in the areas of education and psychology. Scholars graduate with a 69-hour specialist degree in school psychology (SSP) and a certificate in bilingual school psychology. Additionally, they are eligible for national certification and state licensure to practice in public schools.