It's a relatively decent school with great people and good teachers. The school's mostly divided between the kids in advanced classes and kids in normal classes, which means the two groups don't really mix all that much. Since I was in the advanced classes, I can say from my experience that the AP and honors classes were more than up to par compared to other local school and some of our AP classes produce AP scores much higher than the national average.
I think the student population is relatively diverse, with our fair share of African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, etc. They don't exclusively stick together here, they mix with other people too, unlike at places like Gateway.
However, the lunch food could be better and if you don't have a friend group to hang out with, you're going to be alone :P