This article examines disparities in the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) and other beverages among U.S. schoolchildren by race/ethnicity and obesity status using national data from the third School Nutrition Dietary Assessment Study (SNDA-III). Researchers found that beverage consumption patterns did not substantially differ by obesity status, but they did differ by race/ethnicity in the home. Across all school levels, non-Hispanic White students consumed more unflavored, low-fat milk at home than both non-Hispanic Black and Hispanic students. Among elementary school students, non-Hispanic Blacks were more likely to consume non-soda SSBs (i.e., other sugar-sweetened beverages including fruit-flavored drinks, sports drinks, and lemonade) at home than non-Hispanic Whites and Hispanics.