St. Paul Academy established the first varsity high school hockey team in the State of Minnesota in 1905. Coach Max Sporer helped establish a state athletic structure and SPA teams would win the State Hockey Championship in 1941, 1942, 1961 and 1962. After the St. Paul Academy and Summit School merger, the boys' hockey team won the MISL State Championship in 1974.
Girls' hockey was played informally at Summit School and became a full program after the merger. The girls' program became a co-op with surrounding schools in the 2000's and would see its best finish in 2017 when it claimed the runner-up trophy at the Minnesota State Hockey Tournament. Combined, both programs have seen over 20 Minnesota State Hockey Tournament appearances.
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- Joseph P. “Joe” Schwab '33
- Frank M. Brown, Jr. '38
- Robert C. "Bob" Brown, Sr. '41
- William A. “Bill” Bierman, Sr. '42
- Richard L. “Dick” Stryker, Sr. '42
- Robert R. "Bob" Carley, Jr. '43
- Stanley “Stan” Shepard '47