Bishop Herman College was the first Catholic boys secondary school established by the Roman Catholic Church in the Volta Region of Ghana. The college was founded by Dutch missionaries and it is one of the best performing senior high schools in Ghana. It is named after French missionary, Bishop Augustine Herman, who served in the Keta Diocese from 1923 to 1945. The school is under the administration of the archdiocese of Ho, and its motto is "Sicut Miles Christi" ("As Soldiers of Christ"). The nickname for the college is BIHECO, and the students and alumni are BIHECANS. It was established on 28 February 1952. It was the first secondary school established by the Catholic Church in the Volta Region. The school was named after a French Catholic bishop, Augustine Herman.