Our curriculum for the Multiple Intelligences (Hobbs, 2000) promotes a culture of excellence that aims to develop graduates who are endowed with different levels of intelligences in different areas.
We are committed to enable our students to become the prime movers of society promoting a deep sense of values, appreciation of the Filipino culture and heritage, nationalism, and a deep faith in the Creator.
SSI has further enriched its curriculum and instruction with the integration of The Learning Skills or 4Cs.
Statefields School i-LEAD is a Philippine Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)-accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Center for Professional Teachers under Provider Accreditation Code PTR-2018-165. i-LEAD is designed to support the acquisition of professional knowledge, skills and dispositions, and application of knowledge for teachers and educational leaders. Initially, a set of eight powerful institutes is uniquely and separately designed for Educational Leaders and another set of eight powerful institutes for Teachers. Learn More.
From the beginning, the founders recognized that providing state-of-the-art facilities would greatly complement its academic programs, ensuring the quality education it promises to provide.
The school boasts an imposing structure of three five-storey buildings named Rizal, Aguinaldo and Bonifacio, and one six-storey building for the Senior High School named Mabini, along with cutting-edge technology and modern facilities.
All these ensure that quality education and excellence are given to all students within its care
SSI Holds Donation Drive for Typhoon & Fire Victims
The students and parents of SSI participated in the donation drive and gave food, toiletries, personal protection equipment (PPEs) such as face masks and shields, clothing and personal hygiene products for the fire and typhoon victims.
On November 01, 2o20, a fire in the 4th alarm broke out in Brgy. Sineguelasan, Bacoor, Cavite at 1:28 in the morning. Just after two days from this disaster, on November 11, 2020, Typhoon Ulysses hit Quezon and its nearby provinces, including Metro Manila as a category 2 typhoon. Both the fire and typhoon Ulysses caused a lot of damage to many properties, people, and provinces in the Philippines.