Beth Horvath has served as the district registrar since July 2008. A long-time secretary at Central High School, she for many years anchored the counseling, formerly known as guidance, office and was widely admired for her skillful records management and close attention to detail. She is a three-time winner of the student-given Black and Gold Award, given to someone who has had a positive influence in the lives of the students of CHS. Prior to her time in the guidance office she worked as a paraprofessional at CHS.
As registrar, she is primarily responsible for the collection and verification of documentation required for student enrollment. She also serves as the help desk for Infinite Campus, the online student information database, and verifies all vital data related to demographics and contact information.
A native of Margate, Mrs. Horvath has lived for the past 30 years in Hopewell Township where she and her husband raised three children, all of whom are CHS graduates. She comes from a family of educators, including her sister Marie, an assistant vice president at Rutgers University, and sister-in-law Joanne, a learning disabilities teacher and consultant for Metuchen public schools.
Mrs. Horvath has a bachelor's degree in American studies from Rutgers University.