We provide scholarships to high school seniors in Cass County schools and the surrounding area who are interested in pursuing a nursing or health related degree.
Eligible high schools
- Archie High School
- Belton High School
- Cass Midway High School
- Drexel High School
- Grandview High School
- Harrisonville High School
- Pleasant Hill High School
- Raymore-Peculiar High School
- Sherwood Cass High School
Scholarships range from $750 to $2,500 each. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and an ACT score of 20. Students taking the A+ Scholarship are not eligible. Applications are due March 1. Notification of awards will be made by April 20 and announced at high school scholarship ceremonies. Scholarships will be paid directly to the college or university and may only be applied to tuition.
Applications are not being accepted at this time
Cass Community Health Foundation Nursing or Other Health Related Scholarships
These scholarships are available for high school seniors pursuing a nursing or other health related career.
William and Ruth Hoppen Memorial Nursing Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Bill Hoppen to pay tribute to his wife, Ruth. Ruth and Bill devoted their time, energy and money to Research Belton Foundation, now called Cass Community Health Foundation.
R. Diane Martin Nursing Scholarship
This scholarship was created to celebrate the life of Diane Martin, a long-time nurse manager at Research Belton Hospital.
George M. & Elizabeth V. Robinson Memorial Scholarships
Elizabeth Robinson created this fund to provide annual scholarships to high school seniors from Belton High School and Raymore-Peculiar High School. Preference is given to students pursuing a nursing degree. Scholarships for all other health related degrees are also considered.
Daniel F. Sheehan Nursing Student Scholarship
This scholarship was created to honor Daniel F. Sheehan, former CEO of Research Belton Hospital, for his steadfast commitment to the improved health of residents from Belton, Raymore, Peculiar and Grandview communities.