A high bar squat will look more like a front squat than a typical wide stance low bar squat, but it doesn't necessarily need to look like a olympic style squat either. For some reason, many people just seem to think that its either low bar (with a wide stance, sit back a lot) or high bar (with a very upright torso, closer stance, sit straight down between the heels). Its like the bar placement alone dictates all the other factors of how you should squat.
I would guess that most people actually fall somewhere in between the "typical" sit-back-a-lot low bar and the narrow stance weightlifting high bar squat. Weightlifters and Westside lifters in multiply prob need to squat in a very certain way in order to get maximum carryover to their olympic lifts or in their powerlifting gear. I think for everyone else, you should just squat how it feels best and what is best for your proportions and leverages and don't care whether its "high bar" or "low bar". There's plenty of other ways to change the biomechanics of the squat apart from the bar placement, like stance width, amount of sit back and forward knee travel.
Here's some examples of powerlifters that I would say fall somewhere in between, looking at where they place the bar, how wide the stand, and how upright their torso is: