Latest O'Neal News

List of 6 news stories.

  • Jr. Beta Inducts 22

    Twenty-two middle school students were inducted into The O’Neal School Junior Beta Club on Wednesday, February 15th.
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  • Falcon Girls Make a 3-peat Conference Championship Win

    O’Neal’s girls’ varsity swim team made a 3-peat EPIC conference championship win on Monday, February 6th
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  • O'Neal Wins First Place in Local Art Show

    O’Neal won first place in the first ever Sandhills Horticultural Society Children’s Art Competition on Sunday, February 5th. Congratulations to the Falcons and O’Neal’s talented teachers who guided them.
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  • Pete and Alkaterini Kakouras Announced as O’Neal Honorary Auction Chairs

    O’Neal is pleased to announce Pete and Alkaterini Kakouras as Honorary Auction Chairs for this year’s Annual Auction scheduled for February 25th. Their son, Andreas is in O’Neal’s seventh grade.
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  • Proud to be a Falcon

    James Franklin, Director of Athletics
    Thursday, February 9th, our girls basketball team played a fantastic game in their EPIC Conference Final Four match vs. Cary Christian School.
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  • "Beautiful"

    In appreciation to his peers at the O'Neal Upper School for being "amazing" in a world that sometimes isn't so nice, Sophomore Andrew Phan produced this video and found something "Beautiful".
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O'Neal Faculty Thoughts

List of 1 news stories.

  • The Glories of Adolescence

    Virginia Andres, Head of Middle School
    Puberty.  Adolescence.  Those two words have the power to strike fear into the hearts of adults as we remember those years- possibly with a cringe.  The poor fashion choices, awkward school dances, braces, first crushes, cliques, and a body and mind that are suddenly foreign and seemingly out of control.  It is no wonder, then, that parents approach these years with some trepidation.  How will rebellion manifest?  When will my angel turn into a moody, grumpy changeling?  How soon will this stage be over?  When I tell people that I work with adolescents, the most frequent response I get is, “How can you do that?”  My response is simple: “I love this age group.”  
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Happenings on Campus

List of 4 events.

  • Feb

    Presidents' Day - No Classes

  • Feb

    Winter JV/Varsity Sports Recognition "Fan Fare"

    The Hannah Center - Alan and Brenda Gutschmit Atrium - HC-Atrium
  • Feb

    Winter JV/Varsity Sports Recognition Ceremony

    The Hannah Center - HC Theater - Theater
  • Feb

    Falcon Gear Sales

    The Hannah Center - The Hannah Center - HBC
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Upcoming Games - Go Falcons!

NCISAA State Championship
Greensboro Aquatics Center
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

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