Work, school, all the same shit to me. The state has its tentacles all over both, and unless you come out with guns blazing, you're gonna have to kowtow or compromise one way or another. I'm not sure what you mean by a revolutionary life, though.
I'd encourage you to live your life and do what you want to do. There are educations to be had everywhere, and that includes schools, so if you're interested in that, then cool. Likewise, if you find yourself interested in a trade which requires training, then go with that. I suggest you make these decisions based on your personality, learning style, and the skills and life experiences you're after, rather than purely ideological or earning-potential considerations. The fact that you speak and write english competently, and presumably hold a first-world passport, means that you really shouldn't worry too terribly much about your earning potential.
If you're really serious about stopping the use of money, then....try to live your life with very little of it, say, a dollar a day or less. You'll have the company of billions of people on this planet who are trying to do just that, though most of them would also jump at the chance to have more of the stuff. Most of them would also jump at the chance of going to university, because, at the end of the day, the kowtowing and ass-kissing and conformity and cultural compromise are worth it to them if they can learn how to deliver a baby or build a bridge, or even just get a nice hologrammed sticker in their red or green passport.
Also, try to get away from the "anarchist" community every now and again. There are lots of people out there who are far too busy living the struggle, fighting the man, and getting by on mutual aid and spontaneous organization to be bothered with the intellectualized discourse of a materially comfortable lunatic fringe.
Personally, I'd recommend that you find a job (any that doesn't kill you or leave you suicidal will do) save every cent possible, and use the money to go to some poor-ass corner of the map and hang out there for as long as possible. Out of all of the schools I've attended, both official and informal, that one is by far the best.