I moved your post to the Game Industry Job Advice forum, since this is where we give advice about schools.
1. I am in middle of choosing between two schools for Game Design.
2. I have already looked through the FAQs for schools
3. and in gamecareerguide.com only AI was listed in their schools list.
4. If I should even be attending any of these programs? ... I have heard that employers just disregard for-profit schools and dont even interview
5. I have heard for-profit schools are just in it for the money and don't care for their students.
6. I just want to get a good education and get into the industry.
1. Why? Are you saying your goal is to be a game designer?
2. Really? You have read all these?
"What Degree Should I Get?" -- Sloperama FAQ #34
· "Game Development Schools" by Joseph Fernald -- Game Dev Schools
· "On Game Schools" by Josh Petrie -- On Game Schools
· "Computer Science Vs. Game Development (or Which Degree...)" by Robert Walker -- Jan. 29, 2011 entry
· "Regular College? Or Game College?" -- Sloperama FAQ #44
· The Whole Game School Thing, Part I -- The Games Game, June 2009
· The Whole Game School Thing, Part II -- The Games Game, July 2009
· The High Cost of College -- The Games Game, August 2011
· "The Cost of Education" by Robert Walker -- February 12, 2011
· Featured Schools on GameCareerGuide.com
· Resources and Schools on IGDA.org
· How To Choose A College -- Sloperama FAQ #25
· Preparing For a Career in Game Design -- Sloperama FAQ #3
· Preparing For a Career in Game Programming by serapth -- INeedToMakeGames.com, Step 5: Education
· Independent Game Projects -- Sloperama FAQ #16
· The Online Education Option -- The Games Game, Sept. 2007
(I assume you mean you have read this forum's FAQs. If you haven't, you can back out to the Job Advice forum and click the link at the right side.)
3. That site's schools list is not well maintained, unfortunately. But if you've read the FAQs, you already know that you don't actually need a degree in Game Design to become a game designer.
4. For-profit schools are definitely not recommended. A state school is perfectly fine.
5. Yet you're still considering going to one? Why?
6. If you've missed any of the FAQs, you should read them. If game design is your goal, just get an affordable bachelor's degree at a not-for-profit school in any subject that interests you.