By all means yes it is acceptable and recommended. It does not really make a difference where you go to college. What matters is how well you do in college and how well you take advantage of career exposure and networking opportunities during your education.
Community colleges have smaller tuition and smaller classes sizes - both are to your advantage. They also have great opportunities for coop and intern programs that will allow you to earn and learn and experience what you are learning. When you to go college you have very great adjustments to make in the college approach to learning and a different living arrangement and life style. Going to a community college allows you to adjust with the largest difference without having to cope with the other.
You can get a better idea by talking to the head of alumni relations at your local community college to arrange to meet and visit graduates of that school who graduated in your major area of interest to see what they are doing, how they got there, how you feel about it, and what advice that they have for you. I started out at a community college and found it was a great stepping stone for my educational adventure.
Let me know if and how this might be of help. keep me posted. I would like to follow your progress.