Latest O'Neal News

List of 6 news stories.

  • Middle School Student

    O’Neal Middle School Student Serves in Kiberia

    O’Neal eighth grade student Kaleigh O’Leary experienced the summer of a life time. Traveling as the youngest without a parent, Kaleigh set out on an adventure to Nairobi, Kenya to volunteer for 10 days in Kiberia, the second largest slum in the world. 
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  • Elementary School Science

    Second and Seventh Grade Scientists at Work

    Kelley Adams’ and Amanda Duffy’s second grade classes were given a treat by going to the Middle School to partner with Mr. Williamson’s seventh grade class to view animal cells via a microscope. 
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  • High School Head of School Achievement

    O’Neal Head of School Achievement Awards Presented

    The O’Neal School recognized current 10th, 11th and 12th grade students for their high academic scores at an assembly before their peers recently.  The Head of School Achievement Award is presented to the O’Neal student in each class who compiled the highest academic average for the past school year. 
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  • Ellie Henry Verbally Commits to the College of William and Mary

    O’Neal senior Ellie Henry has committed to the College of William and Mary to swim for the Tribe’s Women’s Swim team. Henry is convinced that William and Mary is the perfect fit, “I have been to many college campuses, but there was something that just stood out about William and Mary. I felt very at home there. It’s a wonderful school with a long and respected history; it’s just the perfect fit for me, both as a student, and as an athlete.”
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  • O’Neal’s Fulton Smith Verbally Commits Future to Wake Forest

    One of The O’Neal School’s star student-athlete golfers, Fulton Smith, has made a verbal commitment to study and play golf for Wake Forest University.  Smith has secured a spot on the Demon Deacons golf team for the fall 2019. 
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  • O'Neal and HONOR

    Michael Norman, Honor Council Advisor / Upper School Spanish and Drama Teacher
    In the first week of September, Middle School students signed O’Neal’s Honor Code while the Upper School students were reminded of how its Honor Council works and the importance of O’Neal’s Honor Code. As student elections for the open seats on the Upper School Honor Council  and signing of the Honor Code are scheduled to happen soon, Honor Council Advisor and Upper School Spanish and Drama teacher Michael Norman spoke to Upper School students on the matter of Honor.
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O'Neal Faculty Thoughts

List of 1 news stories.

  • Reflections from My First Year of Teaching

    Matt McMurray, Middle School English Teacher and Coach
    Although it has only been one year, the summer of 2016 seems like a distant memory now. By the end of May that year, though the reality of it all would take months to sink in, I had turned the page on two of the most significant chapters in my life. My education, which resulted in degrees in English and History, and my athletic career, one filled with its share of highs and lows, had reached their metaphorical final curtain. While I knew I had to step into this new stage of life whether I wanted to or not, the overwhelming permanence of my new-found adulthood was nerve wracking, liberating, and daunting all at once. The previous 22 years of life had prepared me for this, but how I emerged, I knew, fell on my shoulders and mine alone.
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Happenings on Campus

List of 10 events.

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    19

    11th Class Trip - College Tours

    VA/DC
  • Sep
    19

    7th Grade Class Trip

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    19

    8th Grade Class Trip

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    20

    10th Class Trip to Charleston, SC

    Charleston, SC
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    20

    6th Grade Class Trip

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    20

    6th Grade Class Trip

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    20

    9th Class Trip to Camp Caraway

    Camp Caraway, Asheboro, NC
  • Sep
    22

    NED Talk for K through 5

    Character Education program for Kindergarten through 5th Grades
  • Sep
    22

    NED Talk for Kindergarten through 5th Grades

    Character Education program for Kindergarten through 5th Grades
     
  • Sep
    27

    Hampden-Sydney College - Rep Visit

    Upper School Student Center
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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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