I don't have any personal experience with Apollo's nursing program, but I work with several medical assistants from there who seem smart and skilled.
That being said, the problems with tech schools
in general are they often very expensive, and credits earned will not transfer to any accredited college or university. They are often seen as money-making machines, and the reps will tell you what you want to hear to keep enrollment high - that can be especially enticing when competition to get into nursing school
is fierce, as it is in Portland.
I would look at their pass rates, get opinions from students who graduated, and be clear about your future educational goals so you can be an informed consumer....