|Oak Hill Academy|
|School president||Michael Groves|
|Enrollment||approx. 100 total|
|Average class size||8-10 students|
|Campus||400 acres (1.6 km²)|
|Color(s)||Red and Gold|
Founded in 1878, Oak Hill Academy is a co-educational, private Baptist-affiliated secondary school in Mouth of Wilson (Grayson County), Virginia, U.S. Oak Hill's enrollment of approximately 100 students is 98% boarders, serving grades 8-12.
Oak Hill is by far best known for its boys' basketball program. Players hoping to be drafted into the NBA or recruited by top-flight college programs will often transfer to Oak Hill for their final one or two years of high school; the Oak Hill team in turn plays a travel-heavy national schedule designed to provide a high level of competition and national exposure for its players.
Oak Hill's motto, "the turning point", refers to the school's goal to help students having difficulties at other high schools reform their academic performance to higher levels.
- Carmelo Anthony, played at Syracuse University; won the 2003 NCAA Championship; NBA All-Star for the Denver Nuggets
- Steve Blake, played at the University of Maryland; NBA player for the Portland Trail Blazers; won the 2002 NCAA Championship
- DeSagana Diop, NBA player for the New Jersey Nets
- 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 and the consensus 2007 player of the year, a first for a freshman.
- K.C. Rivers, college basketball player for the University of Clemson
- Ty Lawson, college basketball player at the University of North Carolina. He went to Bishop Mcnamara High School before going to Oak Hill Academy.
- Alex Legion, college basketball player at the University of Illinois
- Jeff McInnis, played at the University of North Carolina; NBA player for the Charlotte Bobcats
- Ron Mercer, played at the University of Kentucky from 1995-1997; played for 7 NBA teams
- Rajon Rondo, played at the University of Kentucky; NBA player for the Boston Celtics
- Josh Smith, NBA player for the Atlanta Hawks;former NBA Slam Dunk Champion
- Jerry Stackhouse, played at the University of North Carolina; NBA player for the Dallas Mavericks
- Stephen Jackson, NBA player for the Golden State Warriors
- Marcus Williams, played at the University of Connecticut and won a championship; NBA player for the New Jersey Nets
- William Avery, former Duke University point guard, and former NBA player for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
- DayShawn Wright, played at Syracuse University; #1 overall pick in the 2006 CBA draft
- Billy Edelin, played at Syracuse University; won the 2003 NCAA Championship
- Anthony Wright, current player at University of Michigan
- Michael Beasley, (transferred to Notre Dame Prep before graduating); 2006-07 #1 high school player in the nation according to Rivals.com, 2007 McDonald's All American Game MVP, current standout at Kansas State University. He has decided to enter the 2008 NBA Draft.
- Jamont Gordon, current standout player at Mississippi State University
- Justin Gray, standout player at Wake Forest University.
- Eric Devendorf, current player at Syracuse University and a 2006-07 All-Big East Honorable Mention selection.
- Rod Strickland, NBA Player
- Nolan Smith, college basketball player for Duke, 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
- Brandon Jennings, college basketball player for the University of Arizona, beginning with the 2008-2009 season