Vaipouli College is a secondary school on Savai'i island in Samoa. The college is co-educational, open to male and female students from Year 9 - 13. The college is also known as Salafai College, in reference to Salafai, another name for the island of Savai'i.
The college is situated in Matautu, 10-minutes inland from Avao village in Gaga'emauga district on the island's central north coast. The scenic drive to the college passes Itu o Tane Secondary School, plantations and Vaipouli Waterfall and river, the main source of water for the people of Matautu.
Vaipouli College is one of 9 public secondary schools on the island.
|Term 1||1 February - 15 May||(15 weeks)|
|Term 2||7 June - 3 September||(13 weeks)|
|Term 3||20 September - 10 December||(12 weeks)|
2010 School holidays;
- 15 May - 6 June
- 4–19 September
- 11 December - 30 January
- "Savai'i Schools". Samoa Ministry of Education, Sports & Culture. Retrieved 27 May 2010.
- "Strategic Planning Seminar Report, Western Samoa Education for the 21st Century". University of the South Pacific. March 1997. Retrieved 5 June 2010.
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