I just moved from St. Pete, and am about to toss a wet blanket....
First, check to see what their accredidation status is by now. Last I heard, they were still waiting a year before it was approved. Yeah, that's bad.
Now... my personal encounters with them is that they did some rotations at my hospital, and frankly, they scared me. They walk onto the floor as LPNs, more or less, but DO NOT TO SHIFT ASSESSMENTS because of the word "assessment". (Remember, according to LPN scope of practice, LPNs don't Assess.) So, I had approx 14 students running around giving my pts meds without documenting, or EVEN checking vitals. There was MORE than one time that I literally took meds out of their hands before they bottomed out one of my pts... and no, these weren't new students, they were within 2 WEEKS of graduation!!!
So, I propose one of 2 things - either my little LPN education was vastly superior in educating me in common sense, OR, their education process is something to really wonder about...
Considering that their LPN education was about 12-14K, I think you'd be paying something similar... I used to know what the cost was, but I've forgotten.
Dig hard into this before you make up your mind.
Sorry and good luck.