The O’Neal School provides a safe, nurturing environment for those choosing a college preparatory private school education.  An early childhood education curriculum starting at the preschool level progresses through kindergarten and elementary school grades.  In pre-kindergarten through middle school and even in the high school division, students are happy, enriched, stimulated and challenged as the school provides a healthy platform for learning, character development and overall strength of mind and body.  O’Neal is a community built on trust.  Everyone contributes to the distinction of the educational experience.  In classrooms, sports and arts, summer camps or even swimming lessons, dedicated members of the O’Neal community focus on every student, every day. 

Why O'Neal?

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  • The Lunch Room

    Lt. Col. John Samples
    When we first joined the O’Neal Community, I was excited to see how my children would become exceptional students on their way to an elite college or university. I was impressed with the many AP course offerings. I liked that there was an opportunity to take SAT / ACT preparation courses. I really enjoyed the extracurricular opportunities in athletics, the arts and class trips around the world. This to me is what set O’Neal apart from what the public schools had to offer. This was what we were paying for. How shortsighted I was! It wasn’t until we went home to visit family that I witnessed the O’Neal difference. 
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O'Neal Faculty Thoughts

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  • Back to the Essentials

    Boyd Grayson, Middle School Science Teacher
    Growing up in a public-school system in which a chalk board, notebook paper a pencil and a book were about the only essentials you needed to learn, I think I turned out okay. The school district also taught home economics, shop phonics along with the three R’s! The list to follow is, what I think, what today’s kids are missing out on. I know I am old fashioned, but I’m good with that.
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Situated on a 40-acre campus in Moore County, NC, The O’Neal School serves families in Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Whispering Pines, Sanford, West End, Aberdeen, and the surrounding areas. 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

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