I'm not sure about when the CT Community Colleges offer that 1 credit LPN to RN transitional class (which is what you take after you pass the Charter Oak online class). If I recall correctly from when I was thinking about going the community college route, the 1 credit course for the 'home school' was only in the summer.
What happened with me at my school is we took the Charter Oak class (which isn't a full semester by the way, its 10 weeks. My Spring Charter Oak class ran from Jan 23 to Mar 31) then we had our 'home' school class which was in mid-April. I think Charter Oak only offers the online class during the Spring semester and during one of their summer sessions.
Make SURE you check to see what classes you need to take in order to get the permission from your schools
Nursing program director. For my school (St Vincent's) we needed to have the pre-reqs done (chem and gen bio) along with all the first year non-nursing courses (gen eds like A&P I & II, Micro, College Algebra, Psych I & II, English).
The CT Comm College requirements for the LPN to RN program include meeting all the requirements of the nursing program that any other student would have to meet (Math, Chem, comp course, eng 101, A&P 211 & 212) as well as Microbiology, Psych 111 & 201 and Sociology. Which I see you will have done all of those but the college algebra (unless you listed it and i just missed it)...don't forget about Math 136 or 137. If you don't complete all of those they will not send in their authorization to take the Charter Oak class.
Since the schools are all so different with their requirements for the LPN to RN bridge, its best to get in contact with the nursing program director to get the answers. Don't rely on the college counselors, they really aren't up to speed when it comes to the LPN bridge programs.