I don't know how it works in Pathfinder, but in 3.5, Conjuration spells always have one of five subschools, no exceptions. I believe Wings of the Eagle would be a Conjuration (Creation) effect.
Here's another spell that might help:
Champion of the Gods
Components: V, S, DF
Casting Time: 1 swift action
As the might of divine fury pulses within you, and you pass judgment on an evil soul, your weapon charges with holy power and cuts a devastating blow that softens even the mightiest ogre's swings.
You may only cast this spell immediately after declaring a target for your Smite Evil class feature. When you cast this spell, choose an ability score (Strength, Constitution, etc). For the duration of your Smite Evil effect, all successful melee attacks you make against that creature force it to make a saving throw (DC 12+your Charisma modifier) or take 1d4 points of the chosen ability damage (A successful saving throw negates the damage from that attack). This ability only applies to the first successful attack you make each round against that creature. Additionally, your faith protects you against the creature's dark magicks. For the duration of your Smite Evil effect, you gain SR equal to 12+your paladin level against spells and spell-like abilities cast by the target of your Smite Evil effect.