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Huapai is a locality north-west of Auckland, New Zealand. State Highway 16 and the North Auckland Railway Line pass through it. Kumeu is adjacent to the east, Riverhead is to the north-east, and Waimauku to the west.
Huapai District School is a coeducational full primary school (years 1-8), with a decile rating of 9 and a roll of 436 in 2013. Huapai School currently hosts 22 classrooms and has a roll of 518 students as of March 2019. The school has one large and one medium-sized field, with association football and rugby goals respectively, and two playgrounds, with another soon-to-be built adventure playground worth over NZ$50,000. There is a sealed bike track covering the whole school, as well as a BMX track for students. The school also has a tennis / hockey court, swimming pool, flag court, dedicated music suite, professional audio system, and a soon-to-be built completely new administration block including a large library.
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