St. Paul College, Pasig's functional, well-defined and enriched curriculum is rooted in the school's vision-mission. It is compliant with the requirements of the Department of Education(DepEd) and is recognized by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU), garnering Level III status for both the Grade School and High School. Currently, we are offering fifteen (15) years of basic education (3 years of Pre-school, 7 years of Grade School, and 5 years of High School ). SPCP is also compliant to the recently mandated K+12 Program by the Department of Education starting School Year 2012-2013.

Following the SPCP Instructional Framework, the Curriculum Development Board (CDB) ensures that there is continuity and developmental approach in the implementation of the curriculum from Preschool to High School. It orchestrates the smooth flow of programs from PS to HS for a more effective realization of the school’s vision-mission. Each program is regularly evaluated and analyzed to enrich the current curriculum through innovative teaching practices and upgrading the choice of instructional materials.

This holistic-comprehensive curriculum equipped our graduates with skills that gained them admissions and scholarships not only in the top universities in the country, but also in foreign universities such as Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania (The Wharton School), Stanford University, Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, New York University, Queensland University of Technology, Auckland University in Australia, Lund University in Sweden, and Singapore Management University to name a few.

Enriching Instruction and Supporting Students' Needs

To address the specific needs of the students for more relevant learning experiences, Special Academic Programs are provided. These programs are designed to further harness the students' potential to achieve

Among others, the outstanding achievements and active involvement of students in local and international scholastic and non-scholastic competitions and activities are inspiring indications of the significance and success of these programs.