January 27, 2015
Southern Pines – Sierra Rose Hawkins, daughter of Mr. Allan and Mrs. Ronda Hawkins of Southern Pines was crowned The O’Neal School’s Homecoming Queen January 23rd. She was escorted by O’Neal senior Jarred Jenkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jenkinson of Carthage and her Little Buddy from the O’Neal Lower School, first grade student, Christina Acker, daughter of Dr. Jeffery Acker and Dr. Lynda Acker of Pinehurst.
Miss Hawkins was crowned by 2014 Homecoming Queen Mary Winston Dozier, who is currently a freshman at Wake Forest University. Miss Dozier is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win Dozier of Troy.
Representing the Freshman Class are:
Ellie Henry, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Henry, escorted by Pinecrest freshman, Brent Hoshal, son of Mr. Hank Hoshal and Ms. Ginger Grantham.
Riley Meese, daughter of CW4 and Mrs. Birch Meese, escorted by O’Neal junior, Brian Subin, son of Drs. Glen and Diane Subin.
Representing the Sophomore Class are:
Grace Stroud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Stroud, escorted by sophomore Spencer Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Barr.
Jordan Wolfe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Foskey and Mr. and Mrs. David Wolfe, escorted by Pinecrest junior, Rook Meacham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meacham.
Representing the Junior Class are:
Kelsey Hoehn-Saric, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoehn-Saric of West End, escorted by O’Neal sophomore, Jack Casey, son of Drs. David Casey and Maria DiGiovanni.
Savannah Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jackson, escorted by O’Neal senior, Johnny Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts.
Joining the Homecoming Queen were Senior Representatives:
Amanda Barnes, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Barnes, escorted by O’Neal junior, Josh Russell, son of Mr. Ron and Mrs. Jill Russell and her Lower School Buddy, Danica Eklund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Eklund.
Amanda Salloum, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Les Salloum, escorted by O’Neal senior, Josh Hager, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hager and her Lower School Buddy, Elise Milligan, daughter of Mr. Kevin Milligan and Ms. Susan Milligan.
Serving students from Pre-K3 to Grade 12, The O’Neal School is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and the School has dual accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS). 100% of its seniors graduate and are accepted to colleges and universities throughout the nation. Tuition assistance is available.
For more information about enrollment to The O’Neal School, please call Director of Admissions, Alice Droppers, at (910) 692-6920 or hop onto www.ONealSchool.org.