|School||Grade||Total enrollment||Reported injuries|
|Boston College High School (Dorchester)||7 to 12||1,614||76|
|Lexington High School||9 to 12||1,951||69|
|Braintree High School||9 to 12||1,652||59|
|Franklin High School||9 to 12||1,630||59|
|Danvers High School, Holton Richmond Middle School||6 to 12||1,911||58|
|Attleboro High School||9 to 12||1,756||56|
|Waltham High School||9 to 12||1,370||54|
|North Andover High School||9 to 12||1,327||53|
|Westwood High School||9 to 12||922||49|
|Ludlow High School||9 to 12||989||48|
|Shrewsbury High School||9 to 12||1,631||48|
|Wellesley High/Middle School||6 to 12||2,529||48|
|Minnechaug Regional High School (Hampden-Wilbraham)||9 to 12||1,248||46|
|Pioneer Valley Christian School (Springfield)||6 to 12||146||46|
|Westford Academy||9 to 12||1,679||46|
|St. John's Preparatory School (Danvers)||9 to 12||1,159||45|
|Duxbury High School||9 to 12||1,024||45|
|North Shore Technical High School (Middleton), Essex Agricultural and Technical High School (Hathorne)||9 to 12||949||44|
|Falmouth High School||9 to 12||855||43|
|Westborough High School||9 to 12||1,065||42|
|Belchertown High School||9 to 12||760||40|
|Austin Preparatory School (Reading)||6 to 12||688*||40|
|Wakefield Memorial High School||9 to 12||973||40|
|Natick High School||9 to 12||1,307||39|
|Algonquin Regional High School (Northborough-Southborough)||9 to 12||1,446||37|
|Nauset Regional High School (Eastham)||9 to 12||950*||37|
|Medfield High School||9 to 12||1,619||36|
|Carver Middle High School||6 to 12||933||34|
|Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (Oak Bluffs)||9 to 12||669||34|
|Silver Lake Regional High School (Kingston)||9 to 12||1,282||33|
|Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (Marlborough)||9 to 12||1,013||32|
|Westfield High School||9 to 12||1,514||32|
|Bedford High School||9 to 12||855||31|
|Bellingham High School||9 to 12||685||31|
|Billerica Memorial High School||9 to 12||1,624||31|
|Dracut High School, Lakeview Junior High School, George H. Englesby Intermediate School||6 to 12||2,357||30|
|Somerville High School||9 to 12||1,324||30|
|Walpole High School||9 to 12||1,119||30|
|Groton-Dunstable Regional High School||9 to 12||861||29|
|Holyoke High School||9 to 12||1,319||29|
|Weston High School||9 to 12||757||29|
|Middleborough High School||9 to 12||815||28|
|Acton-Boxborough Regional High School and RJ Grey Junior High School||7 to 12||2,910||27|
|Hudson High School||8 to 12||1,191||27|
|Nashoba Regional High School (Bolton)||9 to 12||1,016||27|
|Belmont High School||9 to 12||1,083||25|
|The Bromfield School (Harvard)||6 to 12||767||25|
|Somerset Berkley Regional High School||9 to 12||965||25|
|Hanover High School||9 to 12||743||24|
|Taunton High School||8 to 12||2,378||24|
|Oliver Ames High School (Easton)||9 to 12||1,183||23|
|Coyle and Cassidy High School (Fall River)||9 to 12||521*||23|
|Hopkinton High School||9 to 12||1,069||23|
|Amherst Regional High School||9 to 12||1,083||22|
|St. John's High School (Shrewsbury)||9 to 12||1013*||22|
|Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School (Franklin)||9 to 12||1,006||22|
|Wayland High School||9 to 12||856||22|
|Dover-Sherborn High School||9 to 12||637||21|
|Nipmuc Regional High School (Mendon-Upton)||9 to 12||732||21|
|Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School (Wakefield)||9 to 12||1,251||21|
|Beverly High School||9 to 12||1,263||20|
|East Longmeadow High School||9 to 12||880||20|
|Gloucester High School||9 to 12||994||20|
|Sandwich High School||9 to 12||978||20|
|Peabody Veterans Memorial High School||9 to 12||1,836||19|
|Sabis International Charter School (Springfield)||6 to 12||859||19|
|Saugus High School||9 to 12||709||19|
|Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School (Marlborough)||6 to 12||963||18|
|Fitchburg High School||9 to 12||1,083||18|
|Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School (Haverhill)||9 to 12||1,238||18|
|Oakmont Regional High School (Ashburnham/Westminster)||9 to 12||679||17|
|Medway High School||9 to 12||799||17|
|Littleton Public Schools||7 to 12||794||15|
|Norton High School||9 to 12||725||15|
|Brockton High School||9 to 12||4,135||14|
|Greater Lawrence Technical School||9 to 12||1279||14|
|Lynn Classical High School||9 to 12||1,391||14|
|North Reading High School||9 to 12||705||14|
|Shawsheen Valley Technical High School (Billerica)||9 to 12||1,346||14|
|Thomas Blake Middle School (Medfield)||6 to 8||14|
|Sutton Public Schools||6 to 12||794||13|
|Abington High School||9 to 12||513||12|
|Shepherd Hill Regional High School (Dudley-Charlton)||9 to 12||1,124||12|
|Lynn English High School||9 to 12||1,697||12|
|Medway Middle School||6 to 8||848||12|
|West Bridgewater Middle/Senior High School||7 to 12||602||12|
|Medford High School||9 to 12||1,227||11|
|Nashoba Valley Technical High School (Westford)||9 to 12||686||11|
|New Bedford High School||9 to 12||2,457||11|
|Newton North High School||9 to 12||1,848||11|
|Frontier Regional School (Deerfield)||7 to 12||655*||10|
|East Bridgewater High School||9 to 12||550||9|
|Taconic High School (Pittsfield)||9 to 12||916||9|
|Greater Lowell Technical High School||9 to 12||2,116||8|
|Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School (Rochester)||9 to 12||572||8|
|Quaboag Regional Middle/High School (Warren)||7 to 12||561||8|
|Mystic Valley Regional Charter School (Malden)||6 to 12||718||7|
|South Shore Vocational Technical High School (Hanover)||9 to 12||608||7|
|Ephraim Curtis Middle School (Sudbury)||6 to 8||1,076||7|
|Pope John XXIII High School (Everett)||9 to 12||300||6|
|Dean Technical High School (Holyoke)||9 to 12||573||6|
|Tahanto Regional Middle/High School (Berlin-Boylston)||7 to 12||418||5|
|Clinton High School||9 to 12||492||5|
|Ipswich High School||9 to 12||655||5|
|Rockport Middle/High School||6 to 12||525||5|
|Wayland Middle School||6 to 8||638||5|
|Blue Hills Regional Technical High School (Canton)||9 to 12||836||4|
|Matignon High School (Somerville)||9 to 12||450*||4|
|Pittsfield High School||9 to 12||940||4|
|Joseph P. Keefe Technical School (Framingham)||9 to 12||670||4|
|Westfield Vocational Technical High School||9 to 12||482||4|
|Granby Jr/Sr High School||7 to 12||555||3|
|High Rock School (Needham)||6||437||3|
|Sherwood Middle School (Shrewsbury)||5 to 6||961||3|
|Lynn Vocational Technical High School||9 to 12||728||2|
|Norfolk Country Agricultural High School (Walpole)||9 to 12||489||2|
|North Brookfield Jr/Sr High School||6 to 12||225||2|
|Forestdale School, Oak Ridge School, Henry T. Wing School (Sandwich)||6 to 8||808||2|
|Edgartown School||6 to 8||113||1|
|Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School (Adams)||6 to 12||276||0|
|KIPP Academy Lynn, KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate||6 to 10||366||0|
|Notre Dame High School (Lawrence)||9 to 12||260*||0|
|Lincoln School||6 to 8||210||0|
|Lowell Community Charter Public School||6||44||0|
|Luther Burbank Middle School (Nashoba Regional)||6 to 8||249||0|
|Saint Michael School (North Andover)||6 to 8||150*||0|
|Rising Tide Charter Public School (Plymouth)||5 to 9||385||0|
|Roxbury Preparatory Charter School||6 to 8||244||0|
|Oak Middle School (Shrewsbury)||7 to 8||905||0|
|P. Brent Trottier Middle School (Southborough)||6 to 8||510||0|
|Milestones Day School (Waltham)||6 to 12||63*||0|
|McDevitt Middle School (Waltham)||6 to 8||519||0|
|Kennedy Middle School (Waltham)||6 to 8||554||0|
|Gibbons Middle School (Westborough)||7 to 8||505||0|
|South Middle School, North Middle School (Westfield)||6 to 8||1,315||0|
|William H. Galvin Middle School (Canton)||6 to 8||759||"Unknown"|
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