Skill-Power Institute (SPI) is a non-stock, non-profit learning organization committed to community service through quality education. It was established in November 4, 1997 and has become among the pioneers of tertiary computer education, not only in Antipolo, but also in adjacent towns and municipalities.
Various branches emerged after Antipolo. Nego-Skwela was opened in Quezon City. AMS and CDC courses were opened in Quezon City. Angeles, Cabanatuan, Urdaneta, Tarlac and Sucat Branches.
Founded by Dr. Eladio A. Guevarra, Skill-Power Institute has taken larger strides to further augment its quality education by being accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Department of Education.
SPI’s objective is to enhance the intellectual growth of the youth and adult, as well as to prepare them to be globally competitive and equipped to face a fast-advancing world.
Today, the founder’s vision comes into its realization by the birth of the SPI Systems Colleges which caters pre-elementary, elementary, secondary and tertiary education.
Aside from the Tech-Voc courses registered under TESDA and 4 Years Baccalaureate Degree Programs recognized by CHED, SPI Antipolo reached another milestone by becoming one of the tertiary institutions that are now authorized by the Department of Education (DepEd) to offer Grades 11 and 12.