|Covid-19|Ureo Egawa (Willy Mueller), class of 1921, actor
Charles J. Pedersen, class of 1922, awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1987
Andy Albeck (1921–2010), head of United Artists movie studio
Isamu Noguchi, class of 1921, Japanese-American artist and landscape architect
E. H. Eric (Taibi Erick Sevaldsen) (1929–2000), class of 1949, stand-up comedian, emcee
Masumi Okada (Otto Sevaldsen) (1935–2006), class of 1949, actor, singer, stand-up comedian, emcee, and film producer
Willy Okiyama (William James Naraindas), class of 1955, singer
Marcos Fernandes, class of 1973, musician
Saint Joseph College, Yokohama Wikipedia
Saint Joseph College (セント・ジョセフ・カレッジ) was a Catholic international school, located on the "Bluff" in Naka-ku, Yokohama, Japan. The school started as a division of Gyosei Gakuin in 1888 and was established as an independent school by the Marianists in 1901. St. Joseph closed with the graduating class of June 2000. It served kindergarten, elementary education and secondary education primarily to the expatriate community in Yokohama.
The school was the host to Japan's first Scout troop, established in 1911.