• Tournament Champion Pete Myers

    Falcons Finish State Runners-Up – Pete Myers Crowned Individual State Champion!

    The Varsity Boys Golf team wrapped up their season with a runner-up finish at the Division 3 NCISAA State Championship at Bryant Park on May 15th. 
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  • Christine Fecteau is Announced New Head of Lower School

    The O’Neal Director of Educational Technology and Library Services Christine Fecteau has accepted the position as O’Neal Head of Lower School for the 2023-2024 school year.
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  • Holmberg and Bradshaw Scholars are Announced

    Two rising ninth graders have been chosen to receive four-year scholarships at The O’Neal School. Joseph Lucas has been awarded the Helen Pringle Holmberg Scholarship. Hudson Harless is the recipient of the Hannah Marie Bradshaw Scholarship. 
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  • Model UN Competes in Maggie L. Walker Governor's School MUN Conference

    This March, the Model UN team traveled to Richmond, Virginia to attend the 25th annual Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School Model United Nations Conference (GSMUN), one of the longest-running and largest high school Model UN conferences on the East Coast.
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  •  Coach Taylor with Taylor Woods, Class of 2022 at the NCISAA Senior All Star Game

    O’Neal Names Donna Taylor Varsity Girls Basketball Coach

    The O’Neal School is excited to announce Mrs. Donna Taylor as the new girls' varsity basketball coach.
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  • Earth Day Photography Contest 2023

    Science Department Chair David Williamson hosted the annual Earth Day Photography Contest. Students and faculty in all grades were invited to submit entries into three categories: Enjoying the Earth, The Earth Up Close and Landscapes and Wildlife. Submittals were surveyed by Upper School biology and AP biology students. View the video to see the winners and honorable mentions!
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  • Fifth Grade Demonstrates Roman Roads

    Fifth grade students wrapped up their unit on ancient Rome by building Roman Roads where they were required to include bridges and tunnels – demonstrating their understanding of road construction with this hands-on activity. Lower School students were invited to see these projects as the 5th graders, using marbles, explained how these roads work.
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  • Sophomores Chris Walters and Noah Bass convert copper carbonate to carbon dioxide in chemistry lab. One of the goals mentioned in O'Neal's accreditation self-study is to extend more hands-on science learning for lower and middle school students

    O'Neal Earns SAIS Reaccreditation

    The O’Neal School has earned its re-accreditation for membership to the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS). To earn accreditation from SAIS, O’Neal complied with quality standards, was evaluated by an outside group of peer professionals, and implemented a school plan focused on strategic improvement and student performance in accordance with the School’s mission which is dedication to the development of academic excellence, strength of character, and physical well-being of its students in an environment where integrity, self-discipline, and consideration for others are fundamental. 
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  • MS Science Olympiad Wins Runner-Up in Regionals

    O'Neal's Middle School Science Olympiad Team placed 2nd in the regional competition on April 1st at St. Andrews University in Laurinburg. The team's achievement has earned them an invitation to the State Tournament at North Carolina State University on April 21st.
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  • John Elmore on the John Elmore Green at Central Campus

    O’Neal Honors Head of School John Elmore for 10 Years of Service

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  • Upper School Science Olympiad Team Wins 4th Place in Regionals

    The Upper School Science Olympiad Team traveled to Fayetteville Technical Community College for the regional tournament on Saturday, March 25th. Students competed in a series of 18 team events covering a range of science-related topics. The team medaled in nine events and won 4th place overall, earning themselves a place at the state tournament at NC State on April 21st and 22nd.
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  • O’Neal Middle School One Act Receives Second Consecutive Superior Rating

    Middle School Performing Arts teacher David Lussier and his students received a superior rating, the highest level awarded, at the 2023 North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC) Regional Middle School Play Festival after performing Don Zolidis’ “The Firecracker Incident” at North Carolina State University Theatre on March 11th. This marks the second consecutive superior rating for The O’Neal School in this competition.
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  • Middle School Battle of the Books Team Wins District Competition

    The Middle School Battle of the Books (MSBOB) team won the Greensboro Area District Competition at St. Pius X Catholic School on Wednesday, March 8th. Coached by Middle School Science Teacher and Library Technology Specialist, Tiffany Wood, O'Neal team members are Newnew Hong, Vivienne Rhue, Isla Riggsbee, Siri Mannava, and Adrian Rodriguez. In addition to O'Neal, the competing schools were The Burlington School, Greensboro Day School, St. Pius X Catholic School and Westchester Country Day School.  The event was a true competition all the way to the final round where O'Neal took the lead in points. 

    The team moves on to the regional competition on March 31st at St. Raphael Catholic School in Raleigh.
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  • O'Neal Varsity Girls Basketball - Regular Season and Conference Tournament Champions

    6- Peat: Falcons Crowned Regular Season and Tournament Champions

    The Falcons finished another undefeated conference season capped off with a regular season and tournament championship last week. The streak, dating back to the 2017-2018 season, now extends to 52 regular season conference victories (64 total including tournament games) since the Falcons have lost in conference play.
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  • O’Neal’s Max Epstein is Named National Merit Scholar

    O’Neal senior Max Epstein was recognized as a National Merit Scholar for the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program before his peers recently. Max is one of 7,250 designees chosen from 15,000 finalists. These students were among the top scorers of more than 3.6 million high school seniors nationwide who entered the 2023 competition as juniors by taking the 2021 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).
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  • Enjoy Reading The O'Neal Magazine 2022

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  • NCISAA State Champions

    State Champions Crowned – Girls Swimming Brings Home Sixth State Title

    The Varsity Boys and Girls Swim Teams traveled to Cary on Tuesday, February 14th to compete in the NCISAA Division 3 State Swim Meet. With strong relay performances and numerous individual personal bests times, the Falcons saw the boys finish in eighth place overall and the girls' team was crowned Division 3 State Champions! 
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  • MS Champions Crowned – Girls and Boys Win SEMSAC Tournament Championship

    The Hannah Center was center stage to two high-energy, and nail-biting Falcon victories on Thursday night as both the Middle School Girls and Boys Basketball Teams won the SEMSAC Conference Championships!
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  • Girls Varsity Swimming is Tri-TAC Champion

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  • National Honor Society Inductions Held

    O'Neal physics teacher Ren Callahan is the guest speaker at the NHS induction ceremony of 26 new members held on Thursday.
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  • Photo by Wendy Hodges

    Ashanti Fox Hits Career 1,000 points

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