Hey Katelyn, it always best to know where to begin when it comes to choosing a career path and here are some good steps for a pathway to become a computer programmer, check out this link it even has an option to view different schools that will help with that degree.
First a disclaimer, I'm not a programmer. However, I work with programmers. Some have college degrees and some got their training in a 'programming boot camp' along with experience. The boot camps are narrow in scope (meaning there's no general courses) and they're much shorter than a 4 year degree.
Check with your local community college to see if they have a boot camp program. Once you are certified, be willing to start at the bottom.
Tammy recommends the following next steps:
Default answer is exactly what Kristin suggests (HS degree, then a college degree in computer science, followed by internships and/or fulltime employment).
There are some online resources where you can get started to see if you have any interest/aptitude/etc.
For example MIT's intro comp sci course is available online for free: https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-computer-science-mitx-6-00-1x-11