Cramb will succeed John Anderson, who will step down on Aug. 1.
The current school will shut down at the end of this year, before the new school opens in 2016-17.
The unveiling of the Lavergne Avenue project is set for Saturday.
Jon Hansen features some of DNAinfo.com's top stories on Fox Chicago.
Chicagoland Conceal Carry Institute owners hope gun-training class helps neighbors feel safe.
Documents reveal CPS knew about lead paint at Gale Academy five years before it was removed.
The school is the first property of several put up for sale by CPS after last year's closures.
Taft High School remains the most crowded high school in the city.
The project looks like a done deal thanks to a grant from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
The campus continues to grow along the lakefront.
Storyteller Judith Heineman and musician Dan Marcotte will sing their comedic "How to Make a Mummy."
Activists ripped the school district for waiting to remove paint from school until this year.
The university had launched an online poll to rename the new section of campus.
Last month, the neighborhood school opened a job center.
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