apprenticeship or associates
Culinary school is meant to be the foundation of a lifetime of culinary studies. But, at the same time, it should also be pushing you to be a better student and eventual manager. In your post your spelling was rough, your grammar was incorrect, and it was all just a little messy.
The great part about culinary school is that you get to fine tune those "book-learning" skills so that when you become a great chef you have the education to back up your talent.
An apprenticeship is an amazing was to learn a tremendous amount of culinary information at once. So if you are only interested in culinary technique, go for an apprenticeship.