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St. Paul College Pasig
St. Paul Road, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig
Coordinates14°34′54″N 121°04′00″E / 14.58160°N 121.06677°E / 14.58160; 121.06677
TypePrivate Roman Catholic all-girls basic education institution
MottoCaritas Christi Urget Nos (Latin)
("The charity of Christ impels us")
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic (Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres)
Established1970; 54 years ago (1970)
Color(s) Green  and  Gold 

St. Paul College, Pasig, also referred to as SPCP or SPC Pasig, is a private, Roman Catholic school exclusively for girls in Pasig, Philippines run by the Congregation of Sisters of Saint Paul of Chartres, a teaching order founded as the Daughters of the School.

St. Paul College, Pasig, is located in St. Paul Road, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig, Philippines. It was established in 1970 when Saint Paul University Manila (then St. Paul College, Manila) decided to relocate their kindergarten, grade school and high school departments to a different area.[1]


The Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres first arrived in the Philippines on October 29, 1904, on the invitation of Bishop Frederick Z. Rooker of Jaro, Iloilo to open a school in Dumaguete for the "protection of faith". Other invitations followed and more Sisters arrived for a hospital in Iloilo, schools in Vigan, Tuguegarao, and Manila, and a leprosarium in Culion.

The Congregation is now serving forty schools all over the Philippines aside from hospitals and pastoral communities.[2]




Notable alumnae


  1. ^ History of SPUM, 2008. Retrieved 2021-04-14.
  2. ^ Page 6, Paulinian Student Handbook (2013 edition)
  3. ^ Pages 12-34, Paulinian Student Handbook (2013 edition)
  4. ^ "Cherie Gil passes away at 59". Manila Bulletin. 5 August 2022.