You can go to school anywhere IF the school accepts you, and you can prove you have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses + return transportation to country of citizenship so you can obtain a student visa. Student visas are temporary non-immigration visas issued on the condition that foreign students return to their own country immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies.
If you are American, you might qualify for financial aid for schools in US, but there will be no financial aid to go abroad. You (& your parents) need plenty of cash, liquid assets as living expenses can be quite high. Also note community college associate's degrees are not recognized elsewhere. You will have to start university from scratch as your community college credits won't be acceptable.
You sound very confused & directionless. Sort out what you really want, which direction is best suited for you. Then pursue it - and do your homework to find out what's really required. E.g. no need to go to community college for your first 2 years of bachelor's degree coursework, and distribution/general course requirements can vary from one university to another. If you're good enough a student to get accepted straight into university, you are typically better off doing that than monkeying around with community college.