Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr.

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Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. 2004

Gregory Hutchings Jr.Gregory Hutchings has always given of himself to his community. As a T.C. student, Gregory received an Alexandria City Volunteer Award.  He continued on to Old Dominion University, with aid from the Scholarship Fund. While there, his community service activities earned him the university’s Barbara Jordan Community Service Award.  Most recently, Gregory has received the Christopher Wren Scholarship from the College of William and Mary for his commitment to education.

Gregory earned a Master of Education degree from George Mason and an Ed.D. in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership at the College of William and Mary.  After serving as an assistant principal at Falling Creek Middle School in Chesterfield County, he has returned to Alexandria as superintendent of ACPS. His life ambition is to become the U.S. Secretary of Education and to open a K-12 public charter school for African American males, with a focus on character education, math, science, and leadership.

Gregory is thankful to The Scholarship Fund for the assistance it gave him to further his education, and he believes it deserves the utmost support from the community to help make “hopes and dreams come true” for students like himself.

T.C. Williams Class of 1995
B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies, Old Dominion University, 2000
M.Ed., Educational Leadership, George Mason University, 2003
Ed.D, Educational Leadership and Policy, College of William & Mary, 2010