The Grossmont Healthcare District (GHD) wishes to encourage young people to consider the health care industry when making their career choices. Accordingly, the Board of Directors voted to continue this scholarship program for FY 2021-22.

GHD appropriated scholarship funds to be awarded to graduates of high schools within the boundaries of the District during school year 2021-22:

SchoolPrimary AwardSecondary Award
Christian Unified High$3,300$1,650
Diego Valley Charter$3,300$1,650
El Cajon Valley$3,300$1,650
El Capitan$3,300$1,650
Foothills Christian High$3,300$1,650
Granite Hills$3,300$1,650
Grossmont$3,300$1,650
Grossmont Middle College$3,300$1,650
Helix Charter$3,300$1,650
IDEA Center High$3,300$1,650
Innovation High (Lakeside)$3,300$1,650
Innovation High (Lemon Grove)$3,300$1,650
Liberty Charter High$3,300$1,650
Monte Vista$3,300$1,650
Mount Miguel$3,300$1,650
Mountain Empire$3,300$1,650
Patrick Henry$3,300$1,650
River Valley Charter School$3,300$1,650
Santana$3,300$1,650
Steele Canyon Charter$3,300$1,650
Valhalla$3,300$1,650
West Hills$3,300$1,650

The criteria adopted by the Board (FY2021-2022):

  1. Private and charter schools with at least 10 graduating seniors for the current year are eligible.
  2. Nominees shall be selected from among June 2022 graduates residing within the
    Grossmont Healthcare District.
  3. Nominations will be submitted to GHD no later than Friday, February 11, 2022 by school authorities. The Senior Class Advisor/Counselor will ordinarily be the nominating authority.
  4. Each school may nominate a “primary” recipient and a “secondary” recipient, each of whom shall be considered for the cash awards listed above. Nominees shall be selected from among students planning to pursue health care careers at the college level. The nominating authority may accept at face value the student’s assertion that he/she intends to pursue a health care career. The term “health care career” shall be broadly interpreted to include not only the healing arts, but also those non-traditional careers recognized by the State of California for which citizens may legally seek assistance for illness, injury or disease.
  5. Nominees shall have earned, as of the completion of the first semester of their senior year, no less than a 3.0 cumulative grade point average based on a scale of 4.0 as grade “A”.
  1. Economic need is not a criterion for award. However, the nominating authority may, at his/her sole discretion, use “economic disadvantage” as a “tiebreaker”. The nomination authority may also use as a “tiebreaker” consideration of those students not receiving an award from any other scholarship program.
  2. Nominations shall be considered according to applicable Equal Employment Opportunity and Non-Discrimination laws. All eligible students shall be fairly considered.
  3. The school shall agree to make the availability of these scholarships known to all eligible students.
  4. Nominees will be asked to participate in a public ceremony at which the nominees will be recognized (see below).
  5. Monies will be awarded to students upon proof of successful completion of:
    a. One semester of college classes – completed following graduation from high school – with a minimum of 9 units and no less than a 2.0 grade point average; or
    b. A certificate program at the Grossmont Health Occupations Center.

    Student needs to submit a copy of their transcript along with their name and address to the District for processing of payment.

The scholarship winners shall be recognized at the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors on Friday, March 18, 2022. We ask that the students arrive no later than 7:15 a.m. to receive their certificates and have their photos taken with the Board.

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