NSC has three programs I'm sure you know that you'll need to have some bachelors degree for their accelerated program. Its no joke of a program either this semester they have people that have graduated from Darthmoth, USC, and a few other name brand schools
. It is now highly competitive to get into their program as well since they cut 10 slots away. That year of school is demanding and unless you have another partner backing you up working the two child situation will be difficult.
I applied for that program and was within those ten slots, but I took the regular track (two years) and you can do clinical on Saturday, but only at Centennial Hospital. Yet with all that your saying you might want to consider their part time track
which only takes one more semester than the regular.
I can't speak for any of the other schools other than USN doesn't care about your schedule, if you get a person to do clinical with from 7pm to 8am you do it.....which for the 40k your spending sounds not all that great.
Or you could just throw your 13yr old the keys to the car like my parents did