• About Dr. McCraw

    Dr. McCraw visits a science class.

    Dr. Page McCraw has served as president of the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind since August 2014 when she began an interim presidency. She is known for building excellent relationships with all of the school's stakeholders and establishing partnerships to ensure that all children who are deaf or blind receive high quality educational services.
    As president, Dr. McCraw has led the school as a new outreach center opened in Charleston. She has worked with the school staff to begin construction on a new applied academics building and to initiate the renovation of existing career training facilities. She has led efforts to increase work-based learning opportunities for students in their home communities. 
    Previously serving as the school's director of curriculum and instruction, Dr. McCraw demonstrated outstanding leadership in implementing new reading initiatives and the school's one-to-one technology program. She has experience with multiple school districts through her work as the state director of career and technology education for the SC Department of Education.
    Dr. McCraw's experience also includes 24 years in Cherokee County Schools serving as a high school math teacher, career center director, director of educational programs, and personnel director. She holds Ph.D., Ed.S., and M.Ed degrees in educational administration from the University of South Carolina as well as a B.S. degree in science teaching and mathematics from Clemson University.