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Std VI D (1958 – 59)

Saya U Pe Tin was the Class Teacher. Sayama Amelia Kyi (Miss Hong Kong) taught English. Brother Anthony taught Mathematics.

The students include Moe Nyunt, Victor Kyaw Phyo, Norman Thant Zin, Teddy Thaung, Khin Maung Khaing, Tin Tun, George Maung, Stanley Shwe Gyi, Freddie Tun Lwin, Sonny Yone Sein, San Aung, Michael Oo, George Stevens, Khin Maung Kywe, Edward Hla Shwe, Maung Maung Thaung, Tin Latt, Dicky Kywe, Sammy Bi, Leslie Tun Yin, Edmund Ba Thin, Alfred Lun Maung, Chum Lye, Aung Kyi, Shwe Thein, Sein Nyunt, Mervyn Zan, Sydney Khant, Donald Gyi, Maung Maung Aye, Patrick Dee, Aye Maung, Malcolm Maung Maung, Tommy Saing, Hla Myint, Han Kan Pau …

With U Pe Tin, Brother Anthony and Miss Hong Kong
Kyaw Phone Myint (Victor Kyaw Phyo)

Std VII C (1959 – 60)

U San Thein
Than Win, Kyaw Win, Khin Maung Bo, Thein Wai, Edwin Ngwe, Eddie Nyunt, Maung Maung Kyi, Aung Chaw and more

Std VIII A (1958 – 59)

U Nyunt Maung, Brother Gerald, Brother Peter, Mr. G Chapman
Khin Maung Oo (Robert), Khin Zaw, Thane Oke Kyaw Myint, Thaung Lwin, Myo Myint, Than Htut, Than Toe and more

Std VIII A (1960 – 61)

Brother Anthony (Class Teacher), Saya U Sein (Burmese), Brother Felix (Director), Saya U Nyunt Maung (Burmese and Arts), Saya Beatson (Science), Brother Xavier (English).

The students include Win Kywe (William), Khin Maung Bo (Alan), Thein Wai, Min Oo, Thein Lwin (Stanley), Hla Min, Han Tun, Naing win, Tun Tun Aung, Herbert , Aung Thu Yein (Brownie), Tommy Aung, Bernard Taylor, Han Thein (George), Richard Lim, Edward Chow, Myo San (Freddie), Aung Chaw (Victor), Maung Maung Kyi, Than Win (Henry), Nay Lin, Eddie Nyunt,
San Maung (Robert), Than Win, Aung Kyi (Arthur), Khin Maung U, Nyunt Wai (Victor), Sebastian Law Kee, Win Maung, Than Htay, Edwin David, Orlando Thein, Jerry Hin Hwa (Paw Htin), Edwin Ngwe (Aye Ngwe), Bo Ni, Kyaw Win, Myint Win, Caesar Yang, Aung Khin, Aung Kyee Myint, Chu Pu Thein, …

Brother Anthony, Saya U Sein, Brother Felix, Saya U Nyunt Maung, Saya Beatson, Brother Xavier, Win Kywe (William), Khin Maung Bo (Alan), Thein Wai, Min Oo, Thein Lwin (Stanley),
Hla Min, Han Tun, Naing win, Tun Tun Aung, Herbert , Aung Thu Yein (Brownie), Tommy Aung, Bernard Taylor, Han Thein (George), Richard Lim, Edward Chow, Myo San (Freddie), Aung Chaw (Victor), Maung Maung Kyi, Than Win (Henry), Nay Lin, Eddie Nyunt,
San Maung (Robert), Than Win, Aung Kyi (Arthur), Khin Maung U, Nyunt Wai (Victor), Sebastian Law Kee, Win Maung, Than Htay, Edwin David, Orlando Thein, Jerry Hin Hwa (Paw Htin), Edwin Ngwe (Aye Ngwe), Bo Ni, Kyaw Win, Myint Win, Caesar Yang, Aung Khin, Aung Kyee Myint, Chu Pu Thein, and More

Std VIII B (1960 – 61)

SPHS63 Gathering at Shwe Ba

Kyaw Wynn celebrated his birthday by offering soon to Ashin Okkantha (Victor Aung Chaw, Sagaing Hills).

Attendees include Aye Ngwe (Edwin), Kyaw Wynn, Khin Maung Bo (Alan), Hla Min, Than Win, Aung Kyi (Arthur), Tin Tun and Khin Maung Zaw (Frank).

The Hta Min Saing is named after Shwe Ba (actor and neighbor).

Hosted by Kyaw Wynn

Mini-gathering in 2017

Khin Maung Bo (Alan), Kyaw Wynn, Nyunt Wai (Victor), La Min, Khin Maung Zaw (Frank)

OPA Dinner in 1963

Khin Maung Oo (1st), Min Oo (2nd), Myo San (Freddie, 3rd), Nyunt Wai (Victor, 4th), Thein Wai (5th), Hla Min (7th), Aung Kyaw Zaw (Johnny Maung Maungm 9th), Maung Maung Kyi (11th), Aung Thu Yein (Brownie Way, 13th) and Khin Maung Zaw (Frank Gale, 17th) won Collegiate Scholarship.

They were invited as guests to the Old Paulians Association (OPA) Annual Dinner.

The news was reported in “Myanmar Ah Lin” newspaper.

Invitation to OPA Dinner

Cafe

There was a Bakery and Confectionery at SPHS.

Bakery

De La Salle Schools

The Catholic Brothers from “De La Salle” Order established several schools starting with St. Patrick’s in Moulmein and followed by St. Paul’s in Rangoon.

SPHS displayed “Roll of Honor” of the outstanding matriculates. The Roll disappeared after the nationalization of SPHS. It was recovered by U Soe Nyunt (Taw Win Hnin Si).

U Ba Khin (Vipassana Teacher) was First in Burma in an early Matriculation examination.

SPHS was 1st in Burma in 1951, 1952, 1954, 1958, 1959, 1963 and 1965.

SPHS also placed Second, Third, … in most other years.

St. Peter’s was 1st in Burma in 1956. It placed 2nd and Joint 3rd (with SPHS) in that examination.

Roll of Honor

Bernard Khaw

He stood First in the Matriculation of 1965. Due to the changes in the Education System and NRC requirements, he was not eligible to attend the professional courses in Burma. It was an example of “Brain Drain”.

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