Marc Carraway. M.Ed, was a full time musician for 8 years after graduation from the University of Virginia. In between road trips, he managed Ramblin” Conrad’s Music and Folklore Center in Norfolk, Virginia, from 1987 to 1990. In 1991, he decided to get off the road to begin a second career as a high school history teacher. Marc immediately began to emerge as an educational leader in his school, serving first as a department chair, next as an assistant principal. He served as Principal of Madison County High School in Madison, VA from 2001 to 2005. During his tenure as Principal, Madison County High School achieved status as a Fully Accredited School from the Virginia Department of Education and received numerous achievement recognitions, including winning the prestigious Wachovia Cup for Academic Excellence each year from 2001 to 2005. Marc now serves as Director of the Blue Ridge Virtual Governor’s School, where he leads a regional program for gifted and talented students. Critically acclaimed as a singer/songwriter (“a stellar performer”, Mary Washington Post), Marc has continued to perform on a regular basis. In 1998 he met multi-instrumentalist John Whitlow, and the two formed the musical partnership known as Scuffletown.