Camps and Swimming

Swimming

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  • Click to learn more about Falcon Swim League - O'Neal students only.

    Falcon Swim League (FSL) – 1st -5th Grade O’Neal Students Only

    Learning all things competitive swimming! Starts, turns, and the four competitive strokes. Swimmers compete at an end of the season inter-squad meet. Students must be able to swim 25 yards (the length of O'Neal's pool) and be able to listen to group instruction.  
      
    Spring Session – March 30 - May 20
    Mondays, Wednesdays • 3:30-4:20pm 
     
    Cost: $300

    NOTE: New FSL swimmers will need to schedule an evaluation prior to enrollment. 
     
    Click HERE to register for swim lessons or swim league. 
  • Click to learn more about Spring Swimming Lessons

    Swimming lessons will be offered in April and May - 8 lessons for 35 minutes at a time. An adult responsible for each student must be present at all times. Three different skill levels will be offered. One instructor will give instruction to a maximum of four students at one time. Instructors and students will be supervised by the director of aquatics or the assistant director. Instructors will have completed swim instruction training by the director of aquatics holding more than 25 years of swim instruction experience.  
     
    April Lessons (3/30 - 4/23)
    May Lessons (4/27-5/21)

    Level 1: 
    Mondays and Wednesdays: 12:25pm / 1:00pm
    Tuesdays and Thursdays: 12:25pm

    Level 2: 
    Mondays and Wednesdays: 12:25pm / 1:00pm / 3:00pm
    Tuesdays and Thursdays: 12:25pm / 1:00pm

    Level 3: 
    Tuesdays and Thursdays: 1:00pm

    Levels: 
    Classes are offered at three different levels to meet the comfort level of the student. Three year olds must be potty-trained. 
     
    Level 1 Non-swimmer adjusting to pool life. Learning to put face in the water. 
    Age Groups – 3-5 years & Rising Kindergarten+ 
     
    Level 2 Student has no fear of the water, submerges face in pool, and is ready to learn to swim! 
    Age Group - 3 years+ 
     
    Level 3 Student swims for 10 yards, lifts head to breathe and is ready to work on a proper freestyle and backstroke technique. 
    Age Group – 3 years+ 
     
    Cost: $150/Session

    Click HERE to register for swim lessons or swim league. 
     

O’Neal’s indoor pool was built as part of the private school's first brick and mortar building in 1975, just four years after O’Neal was founded in 1971. From that time, swimming has always been a part of O’Neal’s physical education curriculum with swimming classes starting in kindergarten. O’Neal’s varsity swim team has won many consecutive state and conference championships over the years, with many Falcons (past and present) still holding state records.

The pool of more than 40 years was recently renovated and named the Aquatics Center at Taws Hall. O’Neal is now ready to expand its offerings to meet the needs of students at all levels - preschool, elementary school, middle school and high school. Members of the Sandhills community may take advantage of swim lessons offered throughout the year, and afterschool swim league as well as its new swim club The Pelagics. 

For more information about swim lessons, after school and summer swim league or the year round swim club, please contact us via email at swimming@onealschool.org

 

"I’ve been so pleased with O’Neal’s swim lesson program. The instructors are amazing. They’re patient, encouraging, and make swimming fun.  Plus, the small class size allows them to provide individualized attention to each child. My son’s confidence grows with each lesson!" -- Melissa F.

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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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