I would start by finding how many LPN-RN or LPN-BSN programs there are in your area vs. online options. There are few options for LPNs in the online arena, but they do exist. A lot of people do Excelsior's program, which is primary test-out exams for nursing classes followed by a 2.5-day clinical exam, the Clinical Performance in Nursing Exam (CPNE). The CPNE can be a bit of a stress-fest, but it's doable (I did it). Excelsior grads do have some limits on licensure in some states, though, due to the nature of the program and a lack of clinicals concurrent with theory. Here are a couple of links:
Excelsior College | Program Details
State Board Requirements - excelsior.edu
There is also an LPN-BSN though Indiana State University: Indiana State University : Department of Baccalaureate Nursing Completion : LPN-BS
. That program has online classwork and in-person clinicals, but also has some issues in certain states.
Those are the "biggies" that I know about (Excelsior I know about personally; I'm back with them for my MSN as well). If those don't work for you, you might consider going to a brick-and-mortar program to bridge from LPN to RN, then look at online RN-BSN bridge programs. There are tons of accredited online programs for RN-BSN. Congrats on your recent achievement, and for wanting to further your education!