St. Paul Academy and Summit School is a coeducational, non-sectarian, college preparatory day school for students in kindergarten through grade 12.
The school serves more than 870 students from throughout the metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. St. Paul Academy and Summit School was created in 1969 by the merger of two schools: St. Paul Academy, founded for boys in 1900, and Summit School, founded for girls in 1917.
Today, the school enjoys a national reputation. The Lower School (grades K-5) attends to the needs of the whole child by providing an interdisciplinary academic program, opportunities for student leadership and service and ample offerings in art, music and athletics. Middle School (grades 6-8) offers an educationally challenging and socially constructive experience for adolescents. The Upper School (grades 9-12) offers a comprehensive liberal arts program complemented by a broad range of athletics and other extracurricular activities.