"I'm currently attending a community college in the Virgin Islands and it doesn't benefit me too much. "
Yes it does. It's teaching you to stick at things.
If you're going to stop going, stop going. Tomorrow. How can you be thinking about maybe not finishing college at some point in the future? Make a bloody decision!! If you're going to quit, quit. Start looking for a job at 9am tomorrow morning.
If you're not going to quit, go and ace that VB course -- and I mean, be first in the class. And get working in your spare time as well.
"i'll look for a job"
What, as a college drop-out? Well, you're certainly reducing the number of exciting opportunities you'll be forced to choose between. Quite apart from not graduating, dropping out of college is a bad way to start a CV. Says you can't stick at things.
You don't need online courses to learn languages or games development. Frankly they're just not information dense enough. Why? Because they have to run at the speed of the thickest person in their audience. The thickest person in their audience won't ever get hired as a games developer. If you're going to succeed you need to move faster than that. Get reading textbooks. Get writing software. If you want to be a software developer, act like you're interested in it. Have you written any games? Why not?