- Dr. Thane Oke Kyaw Myint (SPHS60) was the top Paulian in his class, but the Brothers were disappointed when he missed the top five positions by a mark each. He founded the group “Alumni of the Institute of Medicine in Myanmar (Overseas)” and wrote about his mentors and other trail blazers.
- Dr. Kyaw Win (Robin Ban, SPHS61) stood 2nd in Burma.
- Dr. Khin Maung U (SPHS63) stood 1st in Burma. He was the first student to have almost perfect score in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics with 299 marks out of the possible 300. Grapevine says that one Chief Examiner gave him 100 and then reluctantly took back a mark.
Dr. Min Oo (2nd in Burma) pursued a Doctorate in Mathematics.
Dr. Myo San (Freddie, 3rd, GBNF), Dr. Nyunt Wai (Victor, 4th), Dr. Thein Wai (5th), Dr. Aung Kyaw Zaw (Johnny, 9th), Dr. Khin Maung Zaw (17th) studied Medicine.
U Hla Min (7th) studied Engineering and Computer Science. U Maung Maung Kyi (11th) studied Dip. Ing in Chemical Engineering (specializing in Pulp and Paper). U Aung Thurein (Brownie, 13th, GBNF) studied Electrical Communications.
- Dr. Aung Win Chiong (SPHS64, USA) had the second highest “raw” score behind Dr. Cherry Hlaing and Dr. Lyn Aung Thet. He had a perfect ILA score of 50 and was admitted to IM(2) as Roll Number One. He is now retired. His spouse Dr. Winnie Tan is co-founder of USA Con-Bro Association.
- Dr. Winston Sein Maung (3rd in Burma, GBNF), Dr. Yi Thway (UK, 5th in Burma, Roll No (1) for IM1) and Dr. Paing Soe (retired Deputy Minister, Roll No (2)) were among the top students from SPHS65 (the last batch before Nationalization).
Due to the rules, Bernard Khaw (who stood first in Burma) could not apply for professional studies and then left for USA and Canada.
Maung Aye (who stood second in Burma) and his twin brother left to study Doctorates in the USA.