Hello. I did enroll with Sumners, and im in my 2nd term right now. We already started clinicals. I do like it a lot. Like everyone else says. It is hard, and you do have to get used to the workload but its doable. I have an amazing clinicals instructor which is a great help since i had 0 healthcare experience. And to my surprise im doing pretty well in all classes. My biggest advice is to avoid procrastination. I have an exam on tuesday on 9 chapters, and haven't even started studying for it.
Anyways, Sumner is awesome. They are currently working on a bridge RN program which means you can continue your education after you get your LPN. Im definitely planning on it. I've talked to many student who graduated from sumners, and already have their BSN. There are a lot of skepticism when it comes to profit school but in reality your employer wont care which school you went to. All they need is your license.