I'm applying to 8 schools for the Fall 2012 semester. When I started this whole journey 2 years ago, I identified all the nursing programs
in my area and just started tackling the prereq's for each school. Luckily, they've been mostly about the same (A&P, Micro, Psych), except for a few courses here and there.
There are about 4 more schools I can't apply to because I don't have all the prereqs. So I'm taking those classes this semester. If I don't get in to any of the first 8, I'll have these additional 4 to apply to later this year.
So with all that said, I would do some web surfing and see what other nursing programs are in your area. Maybe there are more than 2. Maybe there are more a little further out of your immediate range if you are willing to commute. You can usually find accredited and approved programs on the site for your state's Board of Registered Nursing. So start there and see what's around.
When you find other programs, you can see what you still need. Maybe meet with a counselor for those other schools and ask for an academic plan so you get a better idea of what you have left and what you should take.
It might seem overwhelming, but take it one step at a time.