|Samuel Wolfson School for Advanced International Studies and Leadership|
|7000 Powers Avenue
Jacksonville, Florida, USA 32217
|Motto||"Committed to Excellence"|
|School district||Duval County Public Schools|
|Principal||Christopher Begley January 16,2017(present)|
|Campus size||35.42 acres (14.33 ha)|
|Color(s)||Scarlet Red, White & Blue|
|Feeder schools||Mandarin Middle School, Alfred I. duPont Middle School|
|Website||Wolfson High School|
Samuel W. Wolfson High School (or simply Wolfson) is a magnet high school located in the Duval County Public School district. Its name is derived from Samuel W. Wolfson, a local businessman whose family was prominent in Jacksonville, Wolfson houses the Finance, Law, and Business magnet program. A VyStar Credit Union branch is located inside the school, and is available for students and faculty to use. Wolfson is a member of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The school's main rival is the Englewood Rams.
The school is notable for its diverse student body. Students represent many foreign countries including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, and Lebanon, among others. In addition, Wolfson's magnet program allows students from all over the district to attend.
R.P Harjani - International Businessman