Latest O'Neal News

List of 6 news stories.

  • O'Neal: A Way Students Learn to Be

    John Elmore, Head of School
    In a recent parent satisfaction survey, the greatest strength of the O’Neal School is the teacher/student relationships. In fact, this has been a valued characteristic for many years. It is emphasized by being sensitive to each individual family and student in all interactions throughout the year. With our teachers’ expertise in their field and in teaching a given, call it professionalism, understanding, responsiveness or customer service, families value the communication, empathy and sensitivity to their children – our students. 
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  • Read The O'Neal Magazine 2016

    Read the annual O'Neal Magazine and 2015/2016 Annual Report
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  • Holiday Greetings from O'Neal!

    Enjoy a recap of O'Neal's countdown to the holidays!
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  • 1st-5th Grade Holiday Musical

    O'Neal Lower School 1st - 5th grade students performed a holiday musical for their parents and peers on Friday, December 16th. Read More to see the video and pictures.
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  • O’Neal Hosts Second Annual Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament

    The O’Neal School hosted its second annual Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament on Saturday, December 10th. Fourteen schools bringing 19 teams participated, coming from a far as Sylva, NC and Greenville, SC.
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  • Enjoy the Pre-K and Kindergarten Holiday Musical

    PreK3, PreK4 and Kindergarten students performed for their parents and the other Lower School grades on Thursday, December 8th. Directed by Lisa Gessner, the students enjoyed their time on stage. Read More to see the video.
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O'Neal Faculty Thoughts

List of 1 news stories.

  • Settle Your Glitter

    Angie Manning, Head of Lower School
    I’m trying to get out the door for work and we’re late.  I am anxious and tense.  I’m trying to coax my then six-year-old into his jacket so we can leave.  After a fast breakfast and a struggle over his choice of shoes, my son is tense too.  He could care less that I am late for work or that I have an important parent conference before school.  He wants to stay home and snuggle with mom.  When I inform him that we can’t stay home today and we are late he falls to the floor like a wet noodle.  Feeling sad and angry, he begins to cry and throw a fit. Although the individual conflicts and situations may look different, the question is the same in most homes with children regardless of their stage of development—how do we deal with children when emotions run high? Understanding emotional intelligence begins with understanding what’s going on inside the brain.
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Happenings on Campus

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  • Jan
    20

    Auction Bunco Night

    Pinehurst Country Club
  • Jan
    21

    SAT Testing 2016-2017

    Upper School & Bradshaw Hall
  • Jan
    21

    Swimming Senior Recognition @ The Pilot Cup

    Taws Hall - Taws Hall Pool - MS-Pool
  • Jan
    26

    Falcon Gear Sales

    The Hannah Center - The Hannah Center - HBC
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Carolina Friends School
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Carolina Friends School
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Pinecrest HS
Union Pines HS
North Moore HS
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Fayetteville Christian School
Fayetteville Christian School
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Fayetteville Christian School
Fayetteville Christian School
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Trinity Academy of Raleigh
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Trinity Academy of Raleigh
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Trinity Academy of Raleigh
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Fayetteville Academy
Village Christian Academy
Carolina Friends School
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Pope John Paul II
Taws Hall - Tate Gym - MS-Gym
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St. Patrick's School
Taws Hall - Tate Gym - MS-Gym
O’Neal is a college preparatory private school in Moore County NC serving families in Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Whispering Pines, Sanford, West End, Aberdeen, and the surrounding areas.  The safe, nurturing environment provided offers a highly recognized early childhood education for preschool level students continuing through kindergarten and elementary school grades. Its mission is the cultivation of academic excellence, character development, and physical well-being from prekindergarten to middle school and through the high school division.  The School is one of few educational institutions among Moore County Schools that is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) – qualified for membership through its dual accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS).  Whether considering an education in public schools, private schools, homeschooling, or charter schools, O’Neal is worth a visit.
Serving Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Whispering Pines, Sanford, West End, Aberdeen, and areas surrounding Moore County, NC.


The O’Neal School
3300 Airport Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387
910.692.6920

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