After a six year drought, the SPA football team defeated rival Blake (7-0) to conclude their fall season on a high note. Quarterback Joe Schwab '33 would be named to the All-City Teams in both the St. Paul Pioneer and the Daily News.
1935: Summit School Hockey
When the weather turned cold, the students of Summit School would take advantage of the elements and have hockey and skating competitions at the School. While it was not a formal sport at the time, hockey was an important part of life at both Summit and St. Paul Academy long after the merger of the two schools.
1937 - Summit School Basketball Strike
Summit School's 8th grade class holds a sit-down strike demanding more basketball and fewer calisthenics. The strike gets covered by the St. Paul Pioneer Press, provoking mixed emotions for the girls, their families, and the school.
1937: Fencing at Summit School
Fencing at Summit School involved instructors coming in to build and improve the skills of the girls and intramural competitions between the students. The 1937 Flame noted that after a long practice session the students were highly attuned to the presence of their sore muscles!
1939: Summit Field Hockey Defeats St. Mary's
On November 18, 1938 after a rainy day of competition, Summit School defeated St. Mary's 5-1 during their annual field hockey match.
1939: Summit School Basketball
At Summit School, basketball was one of the most popular sports at the school after field hockey. The school would host a yearly intramural championship between the grades as well as competitions against peer schools such as Northrop, Oak Hall, and St. Mary's.