Arizona Summit, an ongoing experiment in how high everyone can get while still functioning within the strict accreditation confines of the ABA, continues to elevate itself.
Arizona's February 2016 bar exam results have been released. 194 of Arizona Summit's took the challenge. 55 sustained the brutal obstacle course, that extreme limits test of endurance and skill that only a select few people nationwide can survive. But Summit went above and beyond. Indeed, one Summit student even scored a ridiculously stratospheric 353, higher than any other test taker, including those from "higher ranked" Arizona and Arizona State. With such lofty scores, readers should have no doubt that the most prestigious firms west of the Mississippi will be hurdling foothills just to gawk upwards at the monumental glory.
On a test where only 48.7% of test-takers passed, Arizona Summit's 38.1% pass rate for first-time takers is impressive, particularly for a relatively new law school that manages to charge enough to ostensibly profit. Said pass rate was also significantly higher than 30.4% repeat rate for all ABA accredited schools, which may just possibly include students from places like Stanford or Cal.
Keep on climbin', Shirley Mays. With such leaders and the motivation of modest public service profits, this school will continue to build towards excellence. That's no pile of died shit they're climbing, either; it's a craggy rock of justice. That steady stream of brown liquid isn't an avalanche of diarrhea, but rather a river of chocolate milk and honey flowing from the apex to which the best lawyers inexorably climb.
With other law schools, you might get a million dollar degree, graduate, and sit at any number of upper middle class desks. With Arizona Summit, you're trekking up a mountain to kiss the legal heavens.
Arizona Summit: Are You High?