Bishop Herman Senior High School (BIHECO), a Catholic all boys’ second cycle institution located in Kpando in Volta Region, commemorates their 65th anniversary from 29th October to 4th of November 2017.
Bishop Herman College as it is known, is home to about 1,500 students spread across seven houses pursuing Science, General Arts, Business and Visual Arts programmes.
The College also has a teaching staff population of about 60 and 45 non-teaching staff.
Noted for their excellence in academia, Bishop Herman stand as the best performing school in the Volta Region according WAEC rankings and their passion for science led them to win the maiden edition of the National Robotics Competition and two subsequent competitions.
The school has also produced a number of prominent Ghanaians ranging from Bishop Emeritus of Ho, Francis Lodonu, veteran movie star Gavivina Tamakloe, Hip-pop artiste Ayigbe Edem, former Chief Executive of COCOBOD Tony Fofie, businessman and public enemy Alfred Woyome who is the center of the controversial GHȻ52 million judgement debt case.
The celebration which climaxes on November 4, is expected to be graced by many, including past students and dignitaries from the Ghana Education Service.
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