In the past, it was the traditional high schools that faced closures due to budget cuts.
But in recent years, the number of public high schools has decreased, and many have closed their doors for good.
Now, some schools in Ohio are trying to keep the school culture alive.
The Columbus Dispatch reports that two high schools have been closed due to student safety issues and the closure of another school because of financial concerns.
One school, the University of Ohio, closed its doors due to financial problems, while the University at Albany closed after an agreement to reduce funding for a campus development project.
Both of those schools will reopen after the holidays, according to a news release from the university.
Another school, Central Ohio University, closed due the closure and financial troubles of its student body.
The Columbus Dispatch noted that some high schools in Cleveland have seen students leave for good, and some of them have opened up again.
In addition to those closures, there are plans to close some of the remaining high schools, the newspaper said.