Oh, okay. Well you have a good base then for college. The best thing to do is to go online and look at programs you are interested in. You will be able to find program content and course offerings and that will tell you what you need to consider at the college pre-req level. Different programs are slightly different and whether you go for an ADN or BSN will impact the things you need. As a general rule of thumb you will need to have some or all of the following+.
College Writing - 6 hours. (this is usually standard for all college students)
Communications or public speaking - 3 hours
Math, either algrebra, statistics, applied math, contemporary math, 3-6 hours (depends on program, but you will have to have at least one math or pass CLEP algebra, etc).
Anatomy and Physiology with labs - 4-8+ hours
Chemistry or Biologoy or both with labs or without - 4 - 8 hours
Microbiology - 3-4 hours
History/Social sciences - 6 - 9 hours. (maybe more)
literature/arts - 6 - 9 hours (maybe more)
cross-cultural - 3 hours
computer literacy possibly
Some classes have to be taken before entering the program, some can be taken concurrently with nursing classes. Some classes are "weed out" classes, i.e. one of their major purposes is to weed out those who want to go into specific professional programs, only the strongest survive. In my program it was A&P X 2, they were both killer classe with labs.
These are only generalizations, each program is different. There was a post recently about physics. None of the programs in our area require physics.
Hope this gives you some ideas.