A total of 120 online bullying complaints have been lodged to Aberdeen schools from pupils.
The figures show cyber bullying is happening on social media platforms including Facebook, Skype, Twitter, Oovoo and Playstation Live.
The other platforms where bullying occurred were Instagram, MSN Chat, Snapchat, WhatsApp and YouTube.
In 2015/16, 22 incidents were reported to schools by pupils.
The figure compares to 2014/15 when 13 reports were made while a further 23 were raised in 2013/14.
A total of 33 complaints were made to schools in the city in 2012/13 and 29 in 2011/12.
A spokeswoman for the local authority said: “Aberdeen City Council adopts a zero tolerance approach to bullying of any kind in its schools.
“A school is a community in which everyone – pupils and staff – should enjoy an atmosphere conducive to learning and personal development.
“The council’s anti-bullying in schools policy aims to increase the effectiveness of preventative practice, to raise awareness of the cause and effect of bullying and to offer guidance on dealing with bullying.
“The council provides continuing professional development for staff about all bullying issues and methods of dealing with all incidents of bullying.
“Education officers are on hand to provide advice and support to schools when they consider possible solutions to incidents of bullying.
“The council also involves pupils through the Aberdeen Student Forum and pupil councils in schools in the discussion of positive relationships, bullying issues and anti-bullying strategies and organises pupil seminars and conferences on anti-bullying.”