Quality Education is a Top Priority
K-12. Wisconsin is well known for high quality education, and
Price County is no exception. The area features the public school
districts of Phillips, Park Falls (Chequamegon), and Prentice.
Park Falls also has a parochial school, St. Anthony of Padua
Catholic, and the county has an active Home School Association.
College. Beyond high
school, Price County
offers a technical college
education at the North
Campus of Wausau's
NTC’s regional campus
in Phillips was built in 1989. In 2010, the Phillips campus
celebrated a 12,500 square foot expansion, which allows the
campus to offer training in a wide range of careers.
The Phillips campus provides high-value learning to
residents in its service area by providing on-line learning,
interactive television system (ITV), and alternative learning
approaches, such as self-paced learning labs.
The college offers a wide range of services, including
customized training and technical assistance for local
businesses and industries, tailor-made classes, testing and
evaluation, and consulting services. For more information,
contact NTC at 715-339-4555.
There are also additional nearby higher education
opportunities, including Wisconsin Indianhead Technical
College and Northland College (both located in Ashland),
and Nicolet College in Rhinelander.
"Education is a top priority in Price County. I
was able to take courses at the tech while my
children attended kindergarten through 12th
grade. The Phillips School District provided
them with an excellent education and solid
foundation for college.
Unfortunately, when they were graduating
high school years ago, the tech school only
offered a few courses. Thankfully, NTC has
greatly expanded in recent years and students
can take many courses and earn degrees
without having to go away to college. NTC is a
great asset to our community.”
Judy Hayton, Phillips