• sports performance room

    • Indoor turf exercise

Sports Performance Room

Located in the Hannah Marie Bradshaw Activities Center, the sports performance room is where O’Neal’s student-athletes receive the highest levels of sports performance training and development. From pre-season workouts to dedicated training time during the sports seasons, a certified performance coach contracted with Sandhills Sports Performance provides sports performance training for 45-minute sessions, two to three times a week. O’Neal’s year-round swim club, The O’Neal Pelagics, also uses the service. Since having incorporated sports performance training in 2018, injuries among student-athletes have been substantially reduced and student-athlete successes have increased.

Turf Training Center

O’Neal’s functional sports performance training spaces expand beyond the gyms, fields and sports performance room. O’Neal’s brand new sports performance turf training center is a multipurpose facility and is primarily used for varsity, junior varsity, and middle school sports teams to train on. This space is also used by O’Neal’s physical education programs. 90x13 feet of indoor turf allows for movement drills, plyometric work, flexibility sessions, sprints and speed, and agility training. O’Neal’s sports performance staff is committed to enhancing the overall experience of its student-athletes. The program design is based on a student-athlete, sport-appropriate model. Practical and purposeful training ensures each student-athlete will not only achieve long-term gains in athleticism for competitive success, but it also does so in an environment that cultivates enthusiasm, discipline, leadership, and teamwork.
    • Indoor Swimming Pool for Swim Teams

    • tennis courts on the private school campus

Aquatic Center

Considered a cornerstone for O’Neal, the natatorium was built in the early 70’s as part of the first brick and mortar building for the School. Swimming is a signature component of O’Neal’s physical education program and the Falcon swim team has historically produced a long line of collegiate swimmers and state championships. Having been recently renovated, O’Neal has further expanded the swimming program, the Falcon Swim School, to offer swimming lessons to the greater community throughout the year as well as a year-round swim club, The O’Neal Pelagics.

Tennis Courts

The tennis team practices and plays on six hard courts located on campus in a beautiful backdrop. O’Neal boasts some of the best girls and boys tennis players in the state including recent graduates playing NCAA tennis.
    • Full size gymnasium for high school basketball and volleyball and physical education classes

    • Gymnasium  for middle school basketball and volleyball and physical education

Hannah Center Gym

The gymnasium in the Hannah Marie Bradshaw Activities Center serves as the home court for the varsity and junior varsity girls and boys basketball teams as well as the junior varsity and varsity girls volleyball teams at O’Neal. The Hannah Center Gym accommodates up to 600 spectators and provides a unique atmosphere with the action happening front and center. The Hannah Center gym has played host to raucous runs to conference and state championships and guarantees a fun time for the Falcon fans.

Tate Gym

Tate Gymnasium is the original gym for O'Neal, built in 1974. Presently it  is home to the middle school volleyball and basketball programs in addition to physical education classes. Having two gymnasiums on campus allows the multiple basketball and volleyball teams to enjoy convenient practice times, providing comprehensive student-centered scheduling.
    • Home of middle school and high school baseball teams

    • Soccer Field at the private school

Jack Young Baseball Field

O’Neal’s recently updated baseball field includes a groomed baseball diamond and outfield, dugouts, bleachers, scoreboards, a batting cage and bullpens. O’Neal's strength in baseball is seen in its middle school and varsity programs.

Soccer Field

O’Neal has a history of fielding perennial, successful soccer programs. O’Neal plays on one of the finest soccer pitches in the Sandhills. The 120x80 yard natural playing surface serves as home to the Falcons’ middle school and varsity soccer programs.
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