District Performance


INview (https://inview.doe.in.gov) is the IDOE’s new public website for parents. This site provides information about performance and progress of Indiana schools.  To view Twin Lakes School Corporation performance data on INview please click here.

Parents/ public can find schools near them by entering an address, city, or zip code OR they can select a corporation/school by typing the name.  Recognitions such as Green Ribbon, Four Star, Advanced Placement, Family Friendly, Blue Ribbon are also displayed for schools and corporations that have received them. And the site is fully translated into Spanish.

Student Population: Enrollment

These data represent the pupil enrollment counts of students as of the October 1, 2018. This count does not represent other counts through-out the year, such as the membership count, which is the official count for student tuition payments.

Student Achievement: Proficiency

Student proficiency measures whether students have met or exceeded grade-level standards and expectations in English/Language Arts and Mathematics. These data are the data points published as part of the report cards and include students who took both the state assessment and state alternate assessment. They include only students who were enrolled in the school for at least 162 days. The data displayed represents the 2017-2018 school year. Spring 2019 ILEARN and IAM data will be published on the site later this fall after the state grades/ratings are finalized by the State Board of Education.


Graduation measures whether students successfully completed all requirements to move on from high school. These data represent the federal graduation rate calculation and the 2017-2018 school year.

College and Career Readiness

College and career readiness measures whether students are prepared for postsecondary life by achieving college or career credentials while still in high school. College or career credentials include successful completion of an approved industry certification; successful completion of at least three hours of college-level courses; a passing score on an Advanced Placement exam; or a passing score on the International Baccalaureate exam. These data are the data points published as part of the report cards.

Safety and Disciplinary Incidents

Safety and Discipline Incidents includes all in-school suspensions, out-of-school suspensions, expulsions and bullying events. Arrests, referrals, and gang related events that don’t result in disciplinary action are not included.