1. The bank will not consider your father's income if he is not on the loan.
2. Your credit score MORE than qualifies you to get a house. Mortgages are one of the easier things to get since they are so heavily collateralized (you have a house on the line!).
3. The income will be a problem. The bank will only let 45% of your total income be used for debt (that measurement is called your DTI or Debt To Income). So right now, assuming you make $14k a year that's about $1,000 (give or take a little for taxes). Which says you have a little less than $500 a month to put toward a mortgage. Not a bad start, but depending on where you live, that might not buy much.
My advice? You will make at LEAST $10k more per year after school. Save the money now and make a nice down payment later. If you put down more than 20%, you will not have to pay for PMI (mortgage insurance) when you get your mortgage. That will save you a TON!
5 years in banking.