Mr. McDaniel has served Shiloh for eight years. He was a U.S. History teacher and a coach for cross country, track and field, and football before he became Secondary Dean two years ago. As a member of the Shiloh Leadership Team he has conducted yearly planning, developed innovative interdisciplinary curriculum, aided in the management of school fiscal requirements and budgeting, and trained teachers in educational philosophy and leadership. Mr. McDaniel helped develop Shiloh’s current security plan and protocol and served as co-chair of school accreditation through Cognia, ACSI, and ANSAA. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Arkansas Tech University, followed by a Master’s of Science Degree in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University. He completed his Education Specialist Degree (Educational Leadership Superintendent Track) in December of 2019, and he completed the Executive Leadership program at Oxford University in 2020. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership at Liberty University.
Mr. McDaniel is currently serving in his thirteenth year in the military. He served twelve years in the United States Army where he operated as a Blackhawk Helicopter Pilot and recently transferred to the United States Air Force where he serves as an officer and pilot. During his tenure, he has received numerous awards and decorations to include a Combat Air Medal. Mr. McDaniel and his wife Lauren have two children, and they are active members of Cross Church.
Mrs. Foley has served Shiloh Christian School for the past 35 years. She has enjoyed teaching kindergarten, first grade, gifted/talented, and home economics. For the past 20 years, she has served as the Elementary Dean and taught weekly chapel lessons. Mrs. Foley attended John Brown University where she earned a degree in Vocational Home Economics. She went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Family Studies and Child Development at the University of Arkansas. She has continued her education to add certifications in administration to her Arkansas licensure. She represents Shiloh as a Regional Accreditation Commissioner for the Central Region with ACSI, serves on accreditation teams for both ACSI and ANSAA, and teaches trainings for DHS in Arkansas. She recently completed her training as a Science of Reading Assessor in Arkansas. She and her husband Phillip have been married for 35 years, and they are active members of Cross Church. They have two adult children who graduated from Shiloh.
Mr. Gill received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Physical Education and Sports Management from MidAmerica Nazarene University. He is currently pursuing his Master of Science in Educational Leadership through Arkansas State University. He began his career at Shiloh in 2017 as a 9th grade Health teacher, and Head of the Health Department. Mr. Gill served as the Assistant Principal for three years before becoming Secondary Principal in 2021. He has served as a part of the Shiloh Leadership Team since June of 2020. Mr. Gill has also served as the Assistant Athletic Director for the past 3 years and as the Defensive Coordinator for the football program for the past 4 years. Jacob and his wife Kala have three Shiloh Saints and are active members of Cross Church.
Director of Admissions/Public Relations
Mrs. Brown attended John Brown University where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Management. She has served Shiloh Christian School for the past 10 years as the Director of Admissions and Public Relations and joined Shiloh’s Leadership team in 2018. She enjoys working with new families and welcoming them into the Shiloh community. In addition to overseeing areas such as marketing, family relations, communications, website, and social media, she also leads Shiloh’s Secondary Leadership Programs. Mrs. Brown loves working with students involved in StuCo, Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy, S.A.L.T., and Student Leadership University. She and her husband Nathan have been married for 19 years, and they are active members of Cross Church. They have four Shiloh Saints ranging from 6th to 12th grade.
Athletic Director/Head Football Coach
Coach Conaway graduated with his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from Ouachita Baptist University. He also has a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership. This is his 8th year as Shiloh Christian’s Athletic Director and Head Football Coach.
Mr. Conaway began his coaching career at Shiloh in 2004. He coached under Josh Floyd and helped the Saints become Champions on and off the field for four years. He then became the Head Coach at his alma mater, Greene County Tech (GCT), where he led the Eagles to some of their most successful seasons in school history. GCT won its very first playoff game in school history and established a new way of playing football. In 2014, Coach Conaway was called back to Shiloh as AD and Head Football Coach. Under his guidance, the Saints have established a culture of developing champions. The Shiloh athletics program has become healthy as the coaches have grown in their own personal walk with Jesus and improved the way they teach student-athletes to do the same.
Every athletic facility has been upgraded during Conaway’s tenure. From turf fields, to flooring, lights, scoreboards and weight rooms, our athletics program is providing the best experience for Shiloh’s student-athletes to become champions. The Saints football team won the 4A State Championship in 2020, and they are 3-time Conference Champions in Senior High, Junior High, and 7th Grade. Coach Conaway is also the 3-time Conference Coach of the Year, and the Farm Bureau Arkansas Coach of the Year. He has enjoyed 17 years of marriage with his wife, Melissa. They are proud parents of Landry (11), Ayla (8), and Jones Alan (4).