As others have said, if you are truly interested in becoming a priest, you should contact the office of vocations. Monsignor Forsen (he was only Father Forsen the last I saw him!) will be able to help you figure out what you need to do first. If you decide to enter the formation process, I think you will be applying to St. John's Seminary in Camarillo. I don't think they offer the extraordinary form regularly there, but as a diocesan priest, you would not be celebrating that form. Realistically, that's something to consider. While some seminarians here at Sacred Heart have a deep love for EF, the seminary does not provide the training other than some minor theoretical/background information, because there are not many parishes that have large enough demand.
One thing you will need to discern, however, is why you want to be a priest. Is it so that you can celebrate the Extraordinary Form? Or is it so that you can assume the role of Christ as Priest, Prophet, and King among his flock, and assume the humility to celebrate the mass with great reverence in whatever form and whatever parish you are asked? Most parishes are very small and humble. Many in LA have the demand of Spanish. Many others are Vietnamese, Korean, or a variety of other languages. Are you willing to set aside your own preferences and to become a man for all men? That doesn't mean giving up the celebration or love of the Extraordinary Form, only putting God and his will first, and that necessarily means the health and salvation of his children.
Give that some thought, and give Monsignor Forsen a call and meet with him (or one of the regional vocation directors). Trust in God. Everything else will work out.
In the mean time, fill out the FAFSA and see what the gov't will offer you for financial aid.