Many community colleges in Cali have media programs, and, while those schools are more expensive than a few decades ago* when they were all but free to qualified residents, they're still some of the best values in education going.
I'd be extremely leery of any for-profit college options, which tend to be loan mill schools that immerse the student in debt. In today's music economy, it would be a shame to end up with so much debt you had to take a 'real' job to pay it off. (And, don't forget, student loans can no longer be bankrupted out of, for the most part. They follow you for life. [Which may well be fair but is probably not what some folks have been thinking.])
*When Cali was second in the nation in education instead of in the bottom ten percent as it is now since 'tax reforms' that shifted much of the tax burden away from rich developers and corporations and onto the middle class and poor through regressive forms of taxation, like the state's onerous sales tax.