C. D. Hylton High School
C.D. Hylton Senior High School
|14051 Spriggs Road
Woodbridge, Virginia 22193
|School type||Public, high school|
|Motto||We Are Family, Working Together for Total Success|
|School district||Prince William County Public Schools|
|Principal||David J. Cassady Jr.|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
The school is named after real estate developer Cecil D. Hylton, who built thousands of homes in Dale City, Virginia and surrounding areas. Cecil D. Hylton donated the land that the school grounds are currently using.
C. D. Hylton High School is of much similar design as Battlefield High School, even though Hylton was built 13 years earlier.
The school's football team had a commendable 11-1 in the 2011 season and 21-2 since the 2010 season, making the playoffs in the 2010 and 2011 seasons, but have actually been good in the past winning 3 Group AAA Division 6 state titles since 1998.
In 2011, Mrs. Carolyn Custard (former Hylton High School principal) became the Director of Student Services for Prince William County Public Schools.
In May 2007, Newsweek Magazine ranked Hylton High School, 298th in the nation on its annual list of "Best High Schools in America."
The following information was provided by PWCS.edu's School Data Profiles found on their website.
In the 2011-2012 school year, Hylton's student body was:
- 32.6% Hispanic
- 37.8% Black/African American
- 10.5% Two or More Races
- 6.6% Asian
- 0.5% American Indian/Alaskan
- 0.2% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Hylton High School is a fully accredited school based on its performance on the Virginia Standards of Learning tests.
- Ahmad Brooks - Linebacker, San Francisco 49ers
- Deon Butler - Wide Receiver, Seattle Seahawks
- Grover Gibson - Kickers Emden Germany Pro Soccer
- David Stokes - Former D.C. United player (MLS), former Carolina RailHawks player (USL), current coach at Patriot High School (Prince William County)
- Darius Reynolds - football player
- Amy Tong - 2000 U.S. Olympian, Judo -78 kg
- Tommy Adams - Former New York Knicks and Milwaukee Bucks Guard; 2002 MEAC Player of the Year at Hampton University
CISL (Center for International Studies and Languages) directed by: Ms. Meg Holt
Television Production directed by Mr. Michael Davis and Mr. Allan Chacey