Thank you all for the pointers you gave. I have a better idea about what I want to do now and I have learned a little more about what I should be trying to learn. I know I'm taking a risk but, Game Design is something I think I'll truly love so I'm properly going to go through with Baker. I tried the decision grid Tom mentioned and Baker and ASU seemed liked the best choices and based on my sit-ins at ASU, I think I'll simply be too bored there. I suppose that could be considered immature but, I don't see myself getting a good education if I'm falling asleep in class. Also, Baker gives me the option to do classes online which I think would be better for me since I'm pretty socially awkward. I guess the only question I have left is what do you guys think about it? The school is private and non-profit so it seems pretty legit but, some people don't like the idea of online colleges. Anyway, I really appreciate the help you guys have given me.
If the tuition fee is not too high and you and your family feel comfortable about this choice and know that it is not a safe choice then I think it is a great idea. Also I guess you are young so you got plenty of time to learn the stuff you need to. Just make sure to learn about algorithms and programming in general as that knowledge is really useful later on) I would recommend you this book(it is a bit old but rather fun compared to the more theoretical book about algorithms from MIT), after you have learned some C/C++ programming.
Wish you all the best