This descriptive correlational study was conducted to find out the science process skills and academic achievement of Grade 10 STE students. This was conducted in the 4th Congressional District of Iloilo specifically in the seven (7) big schools offering Special Curricular Program in Science, Technology, and Engineering (STE) for the Academic Year 2018-2019. The subjects of the study were the randomly selected one hundred and sixty-one (161) Grade 10 STE students. The results showed that the science process skills of the entire group are â€œaccomplished/highâ€ and when classified as to school ranged from â€œdeveloping/moderateâ€ to â€œaccomplished/high.â€ The academic achievement of the entire group is â€œfairâ€ and as to school ranged from â€œpassingâ€ to â€œfairâ€. There were significant differences in the science process skills of the students classified as to school. The academic achievement of the students significantly differed when grouped as to school. Furthermore, a substantial or marked correlation existed between studentsâ€™ science process skills and academic achievement taken as a whole. Finally, a low correlation existed between studentsâ€™ interpreting data and experimenting skills and academic achievement when classified as to skills.