For LPN, go to ANHO. They were amazing!
Right now I am doing their LPN-RN bridge and I do not recommend it at all. The program is disorganized and being a newer program, they are constantly scrambling and making rules up as they go along or stubbornly digging their heels in when the whole class goes over a cliff. The hiring requirements are much different than the LPN program, the instructors are burnt out and the dean spends half the night smoking in the parking lot. 80% of the class is failing and will likely have to go back to the beginning and start the program over again. So when you look at other longer and possibly more time consuming programs, know you will most likely only need to go through those once opposed to here at ANHO with their "rinse and repeat" system. Their "amnesty" system is not out of the kindness of their hearts when they let you repeat classes for free. It merely makes their graduation/NCLEX pass rates falsely look higher or equal to other schools.
I am a pretty strong person but I can say their RN program broke me. I needed to get on antidepressants about 3 months into the program. You will bust your ass and spend so much time studying and the grades will not nearly reflect the efforts you have given. I really wish I went elsewhere and I suggest you do too if you are looking for an RN degree.