There is an order that is lesser known in North America but fairly large in Europe it is called:
"Fraternités Monastiques et Laïques de Jérusalem." In English it is called the Monastic Jerusalem Community. Their only North American community is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
My former spiritual director was a nun in this community. It is a pretty interesting community because it is located in a busy neighbourhood of Montreal inside a major culture hub of the city. It is an order of both nuns and monks who live in their separate sides of the monastery but they come together for prayers and other special community activities. They wear the full religious garb. They are what they call semi. They spend about half of their time in prayer and adoration. Their liturgies are so beautiful. Because they are located in a busy area and right next to a busy metro station, might I also add, people from all over can come and listen to their liturgies and different daily prayers. Those again are just amazing. They have 12 or 18 hour adoration basically every day with the exception of the summer because that's when they have their summer silent retreat. They also work part time in the community. They are nurses, my spiritual director worked as a campus minister which is how I got to know her. Others work in other professional areas as well.
If you are considering religious life, this could be an option because you (you will need to double check with them) could work as a teacher as well as follow your other dream to become a monk.
Since you are still in high school, you have plenty of time to discern. When it's time to consider university or college and the calling is still very strong, you can always study in Montreal. Montreal has some really good universities such as Concordia and McGill. The programs are wonderful. They both have strong Catholic groups. McGill has the Newman Centre that is also open to Concordia students as well. Generally Catholic Concordia students go between the two universities.
While you are here, you can visit them. You can attend their liturgy, prayers and pray in their chapel which is so beautiful. It is an historic site. They have a young people's group and there are young people's retreats that also happen as well. If this community appeals to you, you will need to learn some french but if you decide to study in Montreal, french lessons are easy to come by. An easy way to learn the language is to join a french church. Trust me that's easy to find. There is a Cathedral (french) just down the hill from McGill or a ten minute walk from Concordia.
Here is the link for the community:
Here is also a couple of links of their prayers. These don't take place in Montreal but their liturgy is still beautiful.
As I found the above, links I happened to find two links for the Montreal community. The people are so nice.
I hope this helps,
If you have any questions, please feel free to write me.
P.S. They sound even better live.