Hank Foldberg – 1944:Member, Sunset 1944 State Championship Basketball Team; All- America Football Player at West Point, 1946; Drafted by Washington, but remained in school; Head Football Coach, Wichita and Texas A&M; Athletic Director, Texas A&M, 1962-65.
Dan Foldberg – 1946:Member, Sunset 1944 State Championship Basketball Team; All-America Football Player at West Point, 1950; Drafted by Detroit, but remained in Army where he served from 1952 to 1978, retiring as Colonel; Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
Willis Wood "Johnny" Sides, Jr. – 1946: Dallas Police Officer slain in the line of duty 21 days after graduating from Dallas Police Academy; Dallas Jaycees have given the “Johnny Sides Award” since 1952.
Frank Slay, Jr. – 1947:Senior Plays, “Girl Shy”, 1947 and “Shiny Nose”, 1947: Wrote lyrics to “Silhouettes” by the Rays; co-wrote “Tallahassie Lassie” by Freddie Cannon; Produced “Incense” and “Peppermint” by The Strawberry Alarm Clock.
Betty Louise Burson - 1948 & Doris Jean O’Neal – 1949:1948 State Girl’s Doubles Tennis Champions at Sunset
Robert L. Heath – 1949:Sunset Senior Play, “ We Shook The Family Tree”, 1949; Executive Director, Dallas County Medical Society, 23 years; Executive with Goodwill Industries in Dallas and Florida; Member, Founding Board of Southwest Transplant Foundation.
Don “Tiny” Goss – 1950:All-City, All-State and All-America Football at Sunset; played two Seasons for SMU; All Army Football Team; two Seasons with Cleveland Browns, one with New York Giants; Founder, Dallas Chapter, Fellowship for Christian Athletes.
Gordon Rea – 1950:Cheerleader and Commander, Jody Drill Team; International Entertainer, Lions Clubs International for 16 years; professional singer and entertainer; played Baseball for SMU.
Bill Meeks – 1950:Radio Announcer; music Industry and radio station entrepreneur and composer of radio jingles; Founded PAMS Commercials. Inc., which according to Billboard was the largest jingles firm in the World.