The facilities itself are interesting. It seems like the often pick the cheapest bidder for whatever project they can, most evident in the cracking of the Eagle Stadium, but those characteristics continue on in the High school. The facility is often dirty (granted the students here aren't helpful as they usually could care less about how they treat the school), but also general issues are obvious, such as water leaks EVERYWHERE, to the point that even a pipe burst flooding the entire A Hall wing.
Otherwise, the cafeteria experience can be interesting. The food is quite alright, but the time you spend in line can be quite frustrating considering how a lunch break only is 30 minutes, and you can easily spend 20 of those minutes waiting in line.
As far as teachers go, AP teachers are always my favorite, and most teachers love the school and the kids. A few outliers can definitely ruin the experience, but otherwise, it's nice.
Regarding parking, it is a hassle for what it's worth. As a student, you must purchase a $45 parking sticker (which the sticker they give you is so cheap it rips just trying to apply it to your window) then if you're not early, you're in a fight to park close, or you can be like me and park far away at the stadium in order to get to and from really quickly as there is less traffic. I do think something like a parking garage would've been a much smarter use of land, but you do with what you've got.
Anyways, it's a good school. Kids treat it like garbage as kids do, but the PAC is a beautiful environment to be in, and the newly renovated hallways make the experience much nicer. It'll be nice when F and G hall, as well as the cafeteria and gyms follow suit in the renovations. Otherwise, it's a good school. I'd recommend it.