Standard & Poor’s Outperforming School District
Daleville Community Schools made the Standard & Poor’s list of Outperforming School Districts. S&P analyzed two year’s worth of data in reading and math from 4,368 school corporations nationwide and found that 16 school districts in Indiana met the requirements. Nationally, only 8% of school districts meet the academic performance requirements for the declaration.
Four Star Schools — 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2014
The Highest Award for schools in Indiana. Each year, the Indiana Department of Education recognizes schools that perform in the upper 25th percentile of schools in performance on ISTEP+ and ECA state exams, as well their rating determined by the national No Child Left Behind statute's Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).
School Report Card — Grade "A" — 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Indiana’s A through F grading system gives parents, students, educators and communities a clear and concise assessment of how well their schools are doing. This system is a new and better way of measuring and reporting school performance each year, as required by state law. The new metrics Indiana uses to assign A through F letter grades consider the things that matter most when judging how well a school is doing: student performance, improvement, year-to-year growth in individual student learning, closing achievement gaps, graduation rates, and opportunities for students to gain an early advantage on college and careers (like Advanced Placement courses and technical certifications).
ATE Indiana Outstanding School
The Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) represents over 700 colleges and universities across the USA. The Indiana chapter of ATE selected Daleville Elementary School as the 2010-11 Indiana Outstanding/Successful School.