St. Faustina School of Quezon City
|St. Faustina School of Quezon City|
Paaralang Santa Faustina ng Lungsod Quezon
530-A Quirino Highway, Talipapa, Novaliches
Quezon City, Metro Manila
|Motto||Virtue, wisdom, freedom|
|Established||14 February 1950|
St. Faustina School of Quezon City (formerly known as Capitol Institute) (Filipino: Paaralang Santa Faustina ng Lungsod Quezon) is a coeducational, non-sectarianprivate school in Talipapa, Novaliches, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is recognized by the Department of Education and managed by a family corporation.
The school was founded as Capitol Institute on 14 February 1950. Seven civic-spirited residents of Talipapa grouped together with the common desire of putting up a high school to help educate those who could not afford the high cost of learning in the vicinity of Talipapa and its surrounding communities. It was the first private school in Novaliches. It has since expanded to include elementary and junior high school programs.
Guided by the principles of virtue, wisdom, and freedom, Capitol Institute commits itself to educate the youth and provide them with a relevant quality education and a powerful tool to transform their lives into meaningful ones, in the process being productive members of the society for the honor and glory of God Almighty.
To enhance the development of multiple intelligences in students, the school offers several co-curricular organizations.
- SCIMAC (Science and Math Achievers Club)
- Dulaang Kayumanggi
- CI RCYA (Red Cross Youth Association)
- Athletic Club
- CI Dance Troupe
- CI Drum and Bugle Corps
- The Invictus
- CI Christian Youth Association
- CI Youth For Christ
- CI Citizenship Advancement Training
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