I just did a google search for pharmacy school rankings. it wasn't in the top 35. I have been told the school has extremely high passage rates of the national exam from their students. I guess instead of ranking, the most important would be if the school offers a pathway towards the type of pharmacy you are interested in.
As you said, the school have over 99% NAFLEX passing rate. I also heard by their students at interview invitation that very few people fail their courses. I wish I am not one of them.
The 2005 U.S. News pharmacy schools rankings are based on ratings provided by academic experts such as faculty, program directors, and deans. These experts were surveyed and asked to judge the academic quality of pharmacy programs based on a five point scale. The submitted scores were averaged, and the school with the highest score made the top of the list, the school with the second highest score was placed in second, and so forth.