I would first talk to your school guidance counselor about the professions you are interested in and then perhaps he or she can identify some of the good colleges that have that profession as a major program. You should also do your own research on colleges. Determine whether you want to stay near home or that you want to dorm at a college far away. Then after you have chosen a few colleges that suit your major, it would be a good idea for you to visit the college and see for yourself how it looks, feels and whether you might enjoy the experience. Talk to some students and even meet with the college's student development department.
No matter what college you go to, prepare now to attain high grades so that you can potentially receive some scholarships (full or part). Once you are in college, work hard on your program, get good grades and join some clubs or sports that might interest you. Employers will be looking for well rounded individuals that have a variety of interests. Hope my suggestions are of some help to you and I wish you the best in all of your endeavors.
Anthony Sharp - The Edutainer (HE He/Him/His)
Speak with your College Advisor at your school and see which ones you are interested in attending, based on your field of interest.
Once you have picked out the ones you want to apply to, look at the Admissions Requirements and begin working on those so that you are ready to go straight through with each application process.
Interview the college and ensure that it meets your needs and what you are looking for. You can look up the stats and reviews of each school on this website - https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/find-your-college
Hope that helps