Student Life

Clubs and Activities

O’Neal’s clubs and activities allow for leadership opportunities, character building, academic rigor, community service and physical well-being. The School attempts to offer activities and associations that meet the interests of the students while providing value in their overall growth. The clubs and extra curricular offerings increase as students grow older.

Every year, students in 6th through 12th grades take class trips to various destinations along the East Coast. The destinations are often associated with the class curriculums. These excursions also allow for individual character building and student/faculty bonding.

After School Clubs for Lower and Middle Schools

Middle School

Middle School Battle of the Books
Sports Club
3-D Printing
Speech & Debate
Film Making
Card & Board Games
Tales, Tunes, & Tea
Student Forum

Science Olympiad

Upper School

Anime Club
Blackbird's Eye
Creative Writers and Artists
Cum Laude Society
Diversity Club
Dungeons and Dragons
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Honor Council
International Club
Key Club/St Joseph's
Leadership Club
Math Club
Model UN
National Honors Society
One Act Play
O'Neal Volunteers
Science Olympiad
Student Leadership/Union
Tech Theater Club
Women's Empowerment Club
Yearbook Club
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The O’Neal School
3300 Airport Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387

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