I grew up around Pinehurst (Pinebluff, mainly), and honestly, most of the programs within reasonable driving distance are going to be fall-start ADN programs (and unfortunately, you're right that the deadlines have pretty much all passed by now). Most of them are also competitive enough that you'll need most of those pre/co-requisites out of the way (or at least underway) in order to get accepted, and you'll need to do well in them.
If I recall correctly, Sandhills CC's program *sometimes* will have slots open up and they will reopen admission in May or June for those few slots. If there's any way possible, I'd definitely recommend taking the HESI as soon as you can (I had to take the TEAS for the program I'm starting in August, and had to take it--at a high cost--at a local testing center. If the HESI is offered by another testing center or school, and SCC will accept it, you might consider doing that).
If you're willing to drive a bit (45 minutes to an hour or more each way) for a program, you might look into Richmond CC in Hamlet/Rockingham, Fayetteville Tech, Central Carolina CC in Sanford, Montgomery CC (which I believe has just an LPN program) and maybe Wake Tech--which has both spring and fall start dates (or used to) but is insanely competitive (and their deadlines are, or were, extremely early). Fayetteville State University had a nursing program, but the last I saw (a couple years ago) their pass rates were fairly low. There may be another BSN program in the Fayetteville area, and several in the Triangle area, including some ABSN programs, but as always, competition is stiff and most allow only one or two unfinished pre-requisites at the time of application.
I don't mean to discourage you at all, but right now your best chances are probably to shoot for admission into the Fall 2013 class, wherever you go (though I would definitely keep an eye on SCC's program to see if they open up a late round of admissions next month, and apply for that if possible). What I might recommend is getting your CNA certification done this summer or fall (and I believe the summer class is a continuing education class, so it would be a bit cheaper than the fall curriculum class) and take as many of the pre/co-requisite classes as you can in the next year (but especially in summer & fall). Not only will it give you more points to have certain classes done, it will greatly ease your burden when it comes time to enter the nursing curriculum. Work with the advisors at SCC (or wherever you decide to go) and consider applying to multiple programs in the area to increase your chances of admission to a program. Plus, the extra year will give you the opportunity to establish NC residency, if you are not, and get our excellent in-state tuition rates!
Lastly, I want to offer a bit of encouragement to you. I have wanted to attend nursing school
for over six years, and during that time completed my bachelor degree, finished all my nursing pre-requisites, moved half-way across the country and back, and finally, this fall, will be realizing my dream of attending nursing school to become a nurse. I have a fairly significant student debt load, which has been a big stressor, and don't quite know yet how I'll pay for school, but I am finally going! So even if it takes a couple years to get there, keep your chin up and keep working towards your goals. It may take longer than you like (it certainly has for me!) but you will get there!
Hope this was helpful, and best of luck to you!
P.S. Here's a thread where I answered another question about BSN programs in the area. Thought it might be useful to you. http://allnurses.com/nc-nursing-prog...ml#post5959654