L. C. Bird High School

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Lloyd C. Bird High School
Address
10301 Courthouse Road
Chesterfield, Virginia 23832-6616
Information
School type Public high school
Founded 1978
School district Chesterfield County Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. James F. Lane
Principal Dr. Laura B. Hebert
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,876
Language English
Campus Suburban
Color(s)                Navy Blue, Skyhawk Blue, White
Athletics conference Virginia High School League
Conference 12
5A South
Mascot Skyhawk
Rival Thomas Dale High School
Website

Lloyd C. Bird High School is a public high school in Chesterfield, an unincorporated community in Chesterfield County, Virginia, United States. It is part of Chesterfield County Public Schools and is located at 10301 Courthouse Road. It is named for former Virginia state senator Lloyd C. Bird.

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Map of Virginia highlighting Chesterfield County

Accreditation[edit]

Lloyd C. Bird High School has consistently reached AYP according to the standards of No Child Left Behind each year since the inception of the program. [1]

Athletics[edit]

The mascot is a skyhawk and the sports teams play in the conference 12 and 5A South. They were members of the Central Region and Dominion District before VHSL realignment. Bird won the last VHSL Division 6 State Championship in 2012 (before realignment) with a 14–0 record. They repeated as state champions in 2013 with a 15–0 record, this time in class 5A. The Skyhawks then claimed their third straight state title in 2014 (also in 5A) with a 13–2 record. They are ranked 10th nationally (through 2013) by winning percentage of all the high schools in the United States with over 300 games played. [2] They have also won 25 district championships in 37 years of play and have won the Dominion District football championship for the past 13 of the past 14 seasons. The football team is 73–6 since 2009 with a 57–3 record in the regular season and 16–3 record in playoffs.

Lloyd C. Bird has also been to the state playoffs in many other sports including baseball, boys and girls basketball and many others. The boys basketball team won the 5A state championship in 2017.

Notable alumni[edit]

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Coordinates: 37°23′18.7″N 77°29′39.8″W / 37.388528°N 77.494389°W / 37.388528; -77.494389