I would not take biology and A&P together. In most programs around here, biology is a pre-req for A&P and you can't co-req it at all.
I would encourage you to take the biology and as many of the humanities you can successfully handle in the first semester. You can take A&P during your second semester with the intro to nursing class and another humanities or elective class.
I wouldn't take pharmacology before Micro either. In our program, micro is called Infection & Immunity and it was a tough class. Pharm is another tough course but I think you will understand how the drugs work if you know what they are working against.
In our program, most of the classes you listed are only offered at specific times so that students CAN'T take one before the other nor can they be taken the same semester. Clear as mud?
In my opinion, there is no need to rush through all the pre-reqs. These are definitely foundation classes that you WILL need throughout the NS program and if you don't have that foundation, many concepts and disease processes are going to be significantly more difficult.