I don’t know about no college since so many companies require a college degree to even apply. You could lie but they do sometimes check.
Instead, with my daughter she gained certification as a CNA while in high school so that she would have the flexibility to attend college when she was ready to reap all that should from the experience. Personally, I did not attend upper education until I was 26, four years after she was born, and I feel that I am better for it. At 18, there was no way I knew what I wanted in life much less able to understand the skills I needed to survive. It was only through the act of survival did I gain those skills, I do not believe that many of these can be taught except by experience. Although, a talented mentor can be helpful. I now excel where others have floundered.