Research by CHAS Fellow Alida Bouris and colleagues identified specifically what forms of school-based victimization are most closely linked to suicide among sexual minority youth (SMY) and heterosexual youth (HY). SMY were significantly more likely to report suicidal ideation, a suicide plan, and a suicide attempt in the past year. These higher rates of suicidality among SMY were determined to be indirectly related to specifically two forms of school-based victimization: being threatened or injured with a weapon and experiencing harassment related to the student’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Skipping school was also identified as a tactic used by SMY to reduce their own suicide risk.