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Beth Collier, CPA, Treasurer/CFO

Beth Collier joined Grandview Heights City School District as Treasurer on July 1, 2014, with 17 years of governmental accounting and financial reporting experience.  Prior to joining Grandview, Beth served as Treasurer of Pleasant Local Schools in Marion County since 2007.  Prior to becoming a school district Treasurer, she spent about 10 years with the State Auditor’s Office, serving most recently in the position of Senior Audit Manager.

Beth is a graduate of Heidelberg University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting.  She is also a Certified Public Accountant. 

Role of the Treasurer

The Treasurer is the Chief Financial Officer of the school district and reports directly to the Board of Education.  The Treasurer is responsible for all aspects of accounting and financial reporting, including financial forecasting, payroll and benefits, accounts payable and receivable, investing district funds, and recordkeeping of district assets. 

Contacting the Treasurer's Office 

Beth Collier, CPA, Treasurer/CFO



News and Announcements

Grandview Heights Schools earned the Auditor of State Award for its 2015-16 audit. State Auditor David Yost congratulated the district, stating that, “Clean and accurate record keeping is the foundation for good government, and the taxpayers can take pride in your commitment to accountability.”


Yost’s office recognizes local governments and school districts with the Auditor of State Award upon completion of a financial audit. Those entities meet the following criteria of a “clean” audit report:


The entity must file timely financial reports with the Auditor of State’s office in accordance with Generally Accepted Financial Principles (GAAP); the audit report does not contain any findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, Single Audit findings or questioned costs; the entity’s management letter contains no comments related to:

o   Ethics referrals

o   Questioned costs less than $10,000.00

o   Lack of timely report submission

o   Reconciliation

o   Failure to obtain a timely Single Audit

o   Findings for recovery less than $100.00

o   Public meetings or public records


“It’s quite an honor to have a clean audit for the second year in a row,” said Grandview Heights Schools Treasurer Beth Collier. We will continue to remain accountable to the Grandview Heights community each day.”


Superintendent Andy Culp said Collier and her staff should be commended for the work they do. “They do a great job and are very detailed. Taxpayers can be confident in knowing that our school district is doing all it can to ensure clean and accurate books.”