The village is served by two public school districts: the D.C. Everest School District, serving students in the northern half of the village, and the Mosinee School District, serving students in the southern half of the village. Northland Lutheran High School, a private Lutheran (Wisconsin Synod) school for grades 9 through 12, is located in Kronenwetter.
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