Huguenot
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Tottenville High School is the largest high school in the New York city public school system, with 3,885 students.  The New York City public school system is the largest in the United States with 1.1 million students.
 
The school, built in 1972, is visible from, and within easy walking distance of, the Huguenot Station.  It is also adjacent to the wildly beautiful trees and streams of Wolfe’s Pond Park.
WHAT’S IN A NAME:  Huguenot was originally named Bloomingview.  Its present name is derived from the Huguenots, led my Daniel Perrin, who settled the area during the late 17th century and early 18th centuries to escape religious persecution,
MTA Staten Island Railway Station 16 of 22
Moving over 4,000 students, faculty and staff each school day is daunting task.  The MTA Staten Island Railway is an important part of the transportation mix.
These pictures only hint at the immense scale of the High School and the straight run of Luten Avenue.
Beyond Tottenville High School, Luten Avenue edges Wolfe’s Pond Park.
Hylan Boulevard runs through Wolfe’s Pond Park.