Casey Clark

Casey was born in Houston, Texas and has lived in the Oak Ridge/Woodlands area most of his life. Casey met his wife Judith at Oak Ridge Baptist church and was married in 1998. Casey and Judith have two children at Legacy, Brennan and Brooklyn. Casey is a graduate from Texas A&M University where he holds a bachelor degree in Kinesiology and a Master degree in Sport Management and has worked in the medical sales field for the last 19 years. The Clark family attend Crossroads Baptist Church in The Woodlands where Casey serves as an ABF leader and deacon. In addition to Casey’s role on the board, he leads the Legacy high school and middle school cross country teams as the head coach.

Dan Condley

Chairman of the Board

Dan was born and raised in Muskogee, Oklahoma, moved to Spring in the summer of 2003. He has three children, Amber (graduate of Legacy), Hannah and Will are students at Legacy.  Dan earned his Bachelors degree in Economics and Finance from North Eastern State University in Oklahoma. He has been in Corporate and Investment Banking for the last 21 years. He attends Crossroads Baptist Church in The Woodlands. Dan enjoys spending time with his kids and watching Legacy Athletic events.

Miles Freeman

Treasurer/Chairman of the Audit Committee

A little over eight years ago, Jennifer and I attended an informational meeting led by Audra in Gateway Baptist.  We were eager to plan the best educational path for our oldest daughter.  Wow, we had no idea what the Lord had planned for the Freeman family.  Today, all four daughters attend Legacy.  Caroline, Georgia, Charlotte, and Ginger continue to grow educationally and spiritually by the many teachers, coaches, staff, and MOM that impact their lives on a daily basis.  We have been engaged on multiple projects with other families at Legacy to grow the school.  I have been closely involved in coaching football over the last seven years.  There has not been minute of service or coaching time that I regret.

Chad Jolley

Born and raised in northeast Oklahoma, Chad married his wife, Amy, in 1997 and moved to The Woodlands in 2001.  The Jolley’s attend The Woodlands First Baptist Church with their two children, Caleb and Piper, who both have attended Legacy since 2014.  After earning a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Missouri Southern University, Chad received a MBA degree from the University of Arkansas and has worked in finance-related positions for over 20 years.   Chad enjoys spending a quiet night at home on the couch with his kids and is excited about the continued, vibrant growth of Legacy Prep in our community.

Michelle Keyes


Michelle was born and raised in Ontario, Canada where she completed her undergraduate degree. She travelled abroad for her degree in Education to the University of New South Wales, Australia. She relocated to The Woodlands, Texas after marrying her husband, Kevin, in 1999. She taught middle and high school, in addition to heading up the school’s theater department. She also coached cross country for several years. Michelle changed paths to stay home with her children, Carson and Isabella. Both children attend and adore Legacy. Her family attends Stonebridge Church where she has been involved in teaching with the children’s ministry and greeting on the welcome team. She has a passion for strong faith, good food, and healthy families. She has authored and taught nutrition programs in our community. She presently volunteers teaching cancer patients and survivors for the non-profit Canopy Center at Memorial Herman Hospital. She is excited to see to what God has in store for our Legacy family.

Jeremy Lochte

Jeremy and his wife Rainey are native Texans and grew up in the Houston/Tomball area. They have two daughters: Charis a Legacy graduate, and Kendal a Legacy student. They attend Faith Bible Church in The Woodlands and live in Magnolia. Jeremy co-owns a consulting firm in the Oil and Gas industry, where he works as a Subsea Engineer. He has a passion for shooting sporting clays, teaching others about the sport, and enjoys helping with the Legacy Sporting Clay Tournament. He also enjoys working behind the scenes (literally) building the sets for FOIL theater productions.