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|Oak Hill Academy|
|Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, United States|
|School president||Michael D. Groves, Ph.D.|
|Enrollment||approx. 150 total
|Average class size||17–20 students|
|Campus||420 acres (1.6 km²)|
|Color(s)||Red and Gold|
Oak Hill Academy is a co-educational, private Baptist-affiliated secondary school in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, United States. Oak Hill's enrollment of approximately 150 students is 98% boarders, serving grades 8–12. It is accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools.
Oak Hill's motto is "The Turning Point."
Notable basketball players 
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- Pe'Shon Howard, currently plays for the University of Maryland 
- Marco Porcher Jimenez (first player from Spain on team), currently plays for Florida International University
- Keith Hornsby (son of Grammy Award winner Bruce Hornsby), currently plays for UNC-Asheville
- Juwan Staten, currently plays for West Virginia University
- Chris Brown, currently plays for Oregon State University
- Eric Devendorf, he was a former player at Syracuse University and a 2006–07 All-Big East Honorable Mention selection.
- Keith Gallon, played one year at Oklahoma University
- Jamont Gordon, former standout player at Mississippi State University
- Justin Gray, standout player at Wake Forest University.
- Sean Green, played at Iona College and briefly in the NBA
- Venson Hamilton, standout player at University of Nebraska
- Lamont Jones, currently plays for the Iona Gaels
- Byron Mitchell, played two years for Dawyson College Blues then left for better things in life.
- Baye Moussa Keita, currently plays for Syracuse University
- Alex Legion, college basketball player at Florida International University, University of Kentucky and University of Illinois. Coming out of high school, he originally signed with University of Michigan. He started out at Detroit Country Day School before he transferred to Oak Hill
- K.C. Rivers, college basketball player for Clemson University
- Travis Watson, standout player at University of Virginia.
- Anthony Wright, former player at University of Michigan
- Carlos Cofield former player at University of Rhode Island
- Glenn Bryant, Eastern Michigan University; transferred from University of Arkansas
- Jordan Adams, College basketball player at University of California, Los Angeles
- DayShawn Wright, played at Syracuse University; #1 overall pick in the 2006 CBA draft
- Rashaad Carruth, former standout player at the University of Southern Mississippi.
- Curtis Staples, went onto UVA was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 1998. Staples is best known for holding the all-time NCAA record for career three-point field goals, at 413, held for eight years.
- Juwan Staten, Current player at the University of Dayton, Part of the 2010-2011 Atlantic 10 All Rookie team.
- Roscoe Smith, currently player for the University of Connecticut
- Quinn Cook, currently player for Duke University
- Thomas Hill (played for Duke; won two national championships; was drafted by the Indiana Pacers in the second round; Hill's father is Olympic bronze medalist hurdler Thomas Hill.
- Tyler Lewis, currently plays basketball for North Carolina State University
NBA players 
- Cory Alexander, played at the University of Virginia and in the NBA
- Carmelo Anthony, played at Syracuse University; drafted with the third overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Denver Nuggets; won the 2003 NCAA Championship; NBA All-Star for the New York Knicks; attended Towson Catholic High School in Baltimore before attending Oak Hill.
- William Avery, former Duke University point guard, and former NBA player for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
- Michael Beasley, (transferred to Notre Dame Prep before graduating); 2007 #1 high school player in the nation according to Rivals.com, 2007 McDonald's All American Game MVP, played at Kansas State University. He was selected 2nd overall by the Miami Heat in the 2008 NBA draft. Currently plays for the Phoenix Suns in the NBA.
- Mark Blount, played at the University of Pittsburgh
- Alex Blackwell, played at Monmouth College and briefly in the NBA
- Steve Blake, played at the University of Maryland, currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA
- Junior Burrough, played at the University of Virginia and briefly for the Boston Celtics in the NBA
- Ben Davis, played at the University of Arizona and briefly in the NBA
- DeSagana Diop, NBA player for the Charlotte Bobcats
- Kevin Durant, (transferred to Montrose Christian School before graduating) played at The University of Texas; second overall pick in 2007 NBA draft by the Seattle SuperSonics; MVP of the 2006 McDonald's All American Game; 2007–2008 NBA Rookie of the Year; consensus 2007 player of the year, a first for a freshman; Named to the 2010 NBA All-Star Game as a reserve and to the 2011 NBA All-Star Game as a starting forward
- Stephen Jackson, NBA player for the San Antonio Spurs
- Brandon Jennings, NBA player for the Milwaukee Bucks, selected 10th overall in the 2009 NBA Draft. Previously played for Italy's Lottomatica Roma.
- Doron Lamb, McDonald's All-American; played at University of Kentucky; professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Orlando Magic.
- Ty Lawson, NBA player on the Denver Nuggets, who played college basketball at the University of North Carolina. He went to Bishop McNamara High School before going to Oak Hill Academy. Lawson was selected 18th overall by Minnesota before being traded to Denver.
- Jeff McInnis, played at the University of North Carolina; former NBA player most notably for the Portland Trail Blazers, Los Angeles Clippers, and the New Jersey Nets before retiring in 2008.
- Ron Mercer, played at the University of Kentucky from 1995–1997; played for 7 NBA teams
- Rajon Rondo, played at the University of Kentucky; Drafted by the Phoenix Suns in the 1st round as the 21st pick in the NBA draft, and was immediately traded to the Boston Celtics. He won the 2008 NBA championship with them and was an All-Star in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
- Josh Smith, drafted first round, 17th pick by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2004 NBA Draft. Currently is the starting forward for the Atlanta Hawks.
- Jerry Stackhouse, played at the University of North Carolina. NBA player with the Philadelphia 76ers, Detroit Pistons, Washington Wizards, Dallas Mavericks, and Milwaukee Bucks.
- Rod Strickland, played at DePaul University and drafted first round, 19th pick in the 1988 NBA Draft. Went on to play 17 seasons in the NBA most notably for the Portland Trail Blazers and the Washington Wizards before retiring in 2005.
- Nolan Smith, played college basketball for Duke University, plays in the NBA for the Portland Trail Blazers, only two-time captain for Oak Hill. Nolan is the son of the late Derek Smith, who starred at the University of Louisville for Denny Crum, and also in the NBA.
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