Props for thinking ahead and getting information on what you want to do and having such a level head at 14. You remind me of me. HAHA.
(What grade are you in- I was 14 my freshman years of HS, but I think I was one of the younger ones.. and wear that scrub with pride girl! They're not flattering but I've found that they hide stains well.)
Are you interested in a BSN or ASN? If the school you're looking into is a junior college or communitry school, they may have an ASN or ADN program. You don't really go to school to get your 'RN'. You go to school to get your degree and education, then sit for the RN exam, so you can be an RN with a two year degree. (More people do this than get their BSN. The pay isn't too different for the degrees, the difference is what you want to do with your degree, and further education.)
ALSO, be aware that a 'two year degree' may take a little bit longer, depending on the program and how loaded you're going to be during school. I'm going to get my BSN like I said, which should be a four year degree, but if I took the regular number of hours, it would take me three years just to get my requirements, then two more in a program. Does that make sense? Feel free to message me, email me, or whatever. I'm not a nurse yet, but if I can help at all, I will try.
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Keep your head up, you seem to be very bright.