Anthony, since you have a computer, do some research. The minimum you need is a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting. Go to the website for colleges, look up the course requirements you need. The core classes are English, about six math classes, several economics, statistics. You take the base Accounting I and Accounting II. Then you will move on to intermediate account classes, including tax accounting.
Robin gave you a good story - study hard, English, Math and Science. Enlgish is important because your writings are other people's first impression of you. Math teaches you how to analyze. But you have no need for science. If you don't do well in science classes or don't care of them, don't waste your time.
You do not need a Masters to become a licensed CPA. You do need minimum requirements (Bachelor's in Accounting, maybe a certain GPA).
Again, go to the websites for state colleges, look at Bachelors Degrees, find accounting, see what they require.
You do want to get good grades in high school so you have a better choice of colleges to get accepted to. Robin should have said that.