Senior High School


The Senior High School program has a powerhouse of faculty members who are highly qualified to implement the curriculum that is customized to the college degree programs offered in the University and other institutions.  Outcome-based education is an important feature to ascertain the readiness of all graduates for life.  The curriculum is vertically and horizontally aligned.  These make SPUQC what could be the best senior high school in Quezon City.

The Senior High School Tracks and Strands at SPUQC

The ACADEMIC Track includes the following 3 Strands:

The Arts and Design Track

The ARTS and DESIGNS track hones the skills needed in the design, performing, and creative industry. Subjects offered include Arts and Design Appreciation and Production, Performing Arts, Integrating the Elements and Principles of Organization in the Arts, Physical and Personal Development in the Arts, Apprenticeship and Exploration in the Performing Arts – Theater, Leadership and Management in Different Arts and Fields, Production in the Performing Arts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Beginning school year 2016-2017 nationwide, all high school students must go through Grades 11 and 12 to complete their secondary education.

When is the start of the school year for 2018?

The school year opens in August for all departments,  from early childhood education to graduate studies. Check schedule >best senior high school in Quezon City

Is there an online application?

We regret to inform you all applications are done on a personal appearance.

What are the admission requirements and procedure if I will transfer to SPUQC for Grade 11?

For the complete list of requirements and steps in pre-enrolment, kindly refer to the  Center for Admissions and Linkages – St Paul QC admission

What are the tuition fees for Senior High School?

Please proceed to the Finance Office to get the exact fees and breakdown.

For the college department, tuition may vary from track to track depending on the laboratory subjects.  Books, notebooks, uniform, STEP-UP interest clubs fees are exclusive of the miscellaneous and are prescribed and bought in school.  Fees are paid on cash, semester’s, and monthly basis.

What are the tracks offered?

For the complete list of the tracks and the respective strands that apply for some tracks, please refer to the information above this page.   SPUQC only offers five tracks in Senior High School.

Are there scholarships offered to Senior High School students?

For Senior High School, the applicant may avail of the full scholarship provided that he/she comes from the public school system and belongs to the top ten of the graduating batch of not less than 200 students.

The scholarship is available to the first ten (10) public school completers on a first-come; first-served basis.

Please take note: 

(1) Applicants for scholarship must obtain at least the score required by the Board for the Qualifying Examination System for Scoring Students and other qualifying scholarship examinations for specific courses. 

 (2) Applicants who wish to pursue TVET must have at least ten (10) years of basic education or its equivalent, and must pass the initial TESDA screening/profiling or assessment procedure, trade test, or skills competency evaluation.

Does the school offer summer classes for students coming from the province or for those who need to?

Since the school year starts in August, mid-year (instead of summer) special and enrichment classes are offered as follows:

  • Intensive Remedial Classes (or subjects where applicants or students are particularly challenged) :  June 18-29
  • Arts and Sports Workshop:  June 18-July 28
  • Bridge Program (all subjects; first batch):  July 16-27
  • Bridge Program (2nd batch): August 16-17

Note: Fees shall be determined upon enrollment of the child

What’s unique about the Senior High School of SPUQC?

SPUQC’s K-12 program ensures the students acquire an adequate preparation to master concepts and skills for them to become lifelong learners.  The curriculum has the students at the center of development and the various disciplines are holistic and allow them to develop their interests in the arts, sports, music, theater, digital literacy, and culinary skills provided in the different clubs.

Moreover, the “three R’s” of reading, writing, and arithmetic that they learned early in life are complemented with “the four C’s” of critical thinking, communication, creativity, and cultural fluency as they move up the ladder.

Admissions Contact Information

Mobile & Viber Number: +63 999 994 2012
Direct Line: +632 8727 3192
Trunkline: +632 8726 7986 to 88 local 283