Upper Arlington City Schools is slashing $3 million from its budget.
That will mean eliminating positions, ending the international baccalaureate program and increasing athletic fees at middle and high schools in the city.
Some staff, including up to 30 teachers, will also lose their jobs.
A spokesman for the district hopes to lighten the impact of cuts through attrition.
The district also plans to increase elementary class sizes.
Residents voted against a levy last November.
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