I have Pueblo CC as my home college, even though my home is in Brighton. I was temporarily living in Pueblo when I registered and haven't bothered to transfer to FRCC when I got back home - there is no need to since it's all online. I didn't have any Bio classes, so I just had to place into the Intro to Bio class with the regular accuplacer scores needed, no bio placement test for me, unlike Dina.
I am a SAHM Jamie, and the online classes have worked GREAT for me and my family. It saved me a huge amount of commute time which I could use to study instead, and the cost for the lab kit (which you have to pay for) would have been less than the gas used. It works great for me since I can be up before the kids and get in a few good hours of study before we start on their school (they both are in online schools). And, I can work up until dinner time and afterwards, whichever suits my schedule - I tend to use every available moment, but that's just me. It is highly adaptable and a great alternative to classrooms. As long as you are organized and self-motivated, you should do great.
And, just like Dina's, my transcript from PCC does not show my classes as being taken online or through ccconline. Metro wouldn't know if you drove to class or did your work in your jammies (which I do all the time!)
I'll be taking Stats in the first session this semester too, you will have to let me know if you stay in it, we can say hi there too.