St. Paul College of Parañaque would like to congratulate Mrs. Mildred Salazar Regacho for being chosen as one of the award recipients for this year’s
SPCP, imbued with the spiritual gifts of the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres, envisions, morally upright, academically competent, socially responsive, technologically educated and enduringly compassionate adolescent graduates who are able to cope with the demands of a competitive and dynamic society
We, the Paulinians of Parañaque, in cooperative endeavor, commit ourselves to: Developing moral, spiritual and value-laden foundation, knowledge and skills in communication, numeracy, science and technology, history and the arts. Providing opportunities for spiritual growth, cultural development and community outreach services. Utilizing media resources for national consciousness and global alignment.
Our Institutional Values
CHRIST CENTEREDNESS COMMISSION - EXCELLENCE CHARISM - SERVICE COMMUNITY - FAMILY CHARITY - EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP Caritas Christi Urget Nos! The Charity of Christ Impels Us!
The instructional Program of the Preschool is based on the vision-mission statement of the school which is to develop the total formation of the child according to the perfect man-Jesus Christ.
The instructional program of St. Paul College of Parañaque is based on the mission statement of Paulinian education, which is the total formation of the person. Thus, all curricular offerings are geared toward the holistic development of a child.
Junior High School
The SPCP High School Curriculum implements the Revised Basic Education Curriculum (k to 12 Curriculum) requirements mandated by the Department of Education.
Senior High School
On June 11, 2021, Most Reverend Jesse Mercado D.D. concluded the celebration of the yearlong Diamond Jubilee with a solemn thanksgiving mass. Concelebrating with him
St. Paul College of Parañaque is blessed to have 14 courageous Paulinian formators who responded to God’s call to a mission of lifelong learning and
March 5, 2021 was a significant day for us, Paulinians, when the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, His Excellency Most Reverend Charles John Brown D.D,