This research examined the relationship between emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence with identity achievement styles and identity commitment in the girls of second grade in high school students in Tehran 2012- 2013. The statisticalpopulation include the totalfemale students of the second grade in high school and the sample size had been selected by Cluster-Randomization include N=200.Through carry-out the research, 3 Questionnaire were completed scored include: Schulte's emotional intelligence (1998), Nasser's spiritual intelligence (1387) and Brzvnsky’sidentity achievement styles (2007). The design of research was Ex Post Facto. To reach the conclusions and interpretations of them, SPSS software had been used about raw data by and Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis ways. Analysis of regression showed that there is a relationship between identity styles and emotional intelligence. In this study there is no meaningful relationship between emotional intelligence and confused/avoiding style. The analyses data by regression showed that identity styles predicted by spiritual intelligence. More research regarding the studied variables can render brighter data.