The teachers at this school are, for the most part, pretty good. One exception is in the math department, where it seems teachers last less than a year, and are more interested in coaching sports than teaching math. The turnover of teachers is very high, with many inexperienced teachers on staff.
The lack of school spirit clearly reflects the task-master, follow-the-crowd, vanilla mentality of the student body. If you are a sports star and/or high donor family, you will have no problem at this school. Unfortunately, the rest of us are at the mercy of the administration's questionable justice system. Bullying is a problem, with neither teachers nor coaches being properly trained to handle it. Drugs are another prevalent issue -- often used in the bathrooms on campus.
Despite falling under the "Catholic" school umbrella, this school fails to adhere to Christian values on many occasions. One family fell on financial hardship and was unable to pay the full tuition -- their student was dismissed from the school. In the meantime, the school provides scholarships to their sports stars, and even buses the students in from other counties.
If you're considering sending your child to this school, consider this. Of the 14 teachers my student had in his two years at the school, 7 were no longer there the following year. 50%! That alone is very telling. In addition, the school is not governed by the archdiocese, so in the event of a grievance you have absolutely no recourse. I will say, the AP and Honors reachers are pretty good, but when you add in the spoiled and entitled student body (mommy & daddy fix all their problems), the questionable disciplinary practices (talking during Mass will earn you a Saturday school, which you have to pay for; using a cell phone during break results in them holding it ransom until a parent forks over $25), and athletes being allowed to behave as poorly as they wish without punishment, you have an unstable educational environment. There are FAR better options in Orange County.