School shootings in the U.S. by victim count, as of February 2019

Number of victims of school shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2019

School shootings in the U.S. by victim count, as of February 2019 The statistic shows the number of victims of school shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2019. On October 1, 2015, Chris Harper Mercer opened fire at Umpqua Community College in southwest Oregon. The gunman killed 9 people and wounded another 9 before shooting himself to death after being wounded in a shootout with police.
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Number of victims of school shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2019

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FatalitiesInjured
Virginia Tech massacre (Blacksburg, Virginia, 2007)3323
Columbine High School massacre (Littleton, Colorado, 1999) 1324
Stockton schoolyard shooting (Stockton, California, 1989) 629
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting (Parkland, Florida, 2018)1714
Thurston High School shooting (Springfield, Oregon, 1998)425
Sandy Hook Elementary massacre (Newtown, Connecticut, 2012)272
Northern Illinois University shooting (DeKalb, Illinois, 2008) 521
Santa Fe High School shooting (Santa Fe, Texas, 2018)1013
Isla Vista mass murder (Santa Barbara, California, 2014)613
Umpqua Community College shooting (Roseburg, OR, 2015) 99
Westside Middle School killings (Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1998) 510
Red Lake massacre (Red Lake, Minnesota, 2005) 105
Lindhurst High School shooting (Olivehurst, California, 1992) 410
Amish school shooting (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 2006)65
Oikos University killings (Oakland, California, 2012) 73
University of Iowa shooting (Iowa City, Iowa, 1991)61
Marysville-Pilchuck High Schoolshooting (Marysville, WA, 2014) 51
FatalitiesInjured
Virginia Tech massacre (Blacksburg, Virginia, 2007)3323
Columbine High School massacre (Littleton, Colorado, 1999) 1324
Stockton schoolyard shooting (Stockton, California, 1989) 629
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting (Parkland, Florida, 2018)1714
Thurston High School shooting (Springfield, Oregon, 1998)425
Sandy Hook Elementary massacre (Newtown, Connecticut, 2012)272
Northern Illinois University shooting (DeKalb, Illinois, 2008) 521
Santa Fe High School shooting (Santa Fe, Texas, 2018)1013
Isla Vista mass murder (Santa Barbara, California, 2014)613
Umpqua Community College shooting (Roseburg, OR, 2015) 99
Westside Middle School killings (Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1998) 510
Red Lake massacre (Red Lake, Minnesota, 2005) 105
Lindhurst High School shooting (Olivehurst, California, 1992) 410
Amish school shooting (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 2006)65
Oikos University killings (Oakland, California, 2012) 73
University of Iowa shooting (Iowa City, Iowa, 1991)61
Marysville-Pilchuck High Schoolshooting (Marysville, WA, 2014) 51
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The statistic shows the number of victims of school shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2019. On October 1, 2015, Chris Harper Mercer opened fire at Umpqua Community College in southwest Oregon. The gunman killed 9 people and wounded another 9 before shooting himself to death after being wounded in a shootout with police.
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