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 nine 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" (PDF). University of the South Pacific. March 1997. Retrieved 5 June 2010.
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