SSG Yamada I included a link so you can read about the RE CODES.
However I want to make a recommendation, no matter what any Army recruiter tells you don't and I mean don't go Airborne as a way to get in with the condition you currently have. Schizophrenia is not a condition that goes always over night, it requires having to take some powerful medication that may make you feel ok, but with out it your back to level 1 again. I will assure you of one thing, either your going to get a dishonorable discharge or your going to get someone killed or your going to get yourself killed. I know that dreams are high and finishing what you stared is perhaps a desire, but for your sake, don't do it.
Some times the best thing to do is get your education in a career out side of the military because the military is an organization that is designed to fight a war and win, it is not am 8 hour a day 5 days a week job where you get off at 5 pm and go home. With your condition reconsider your plan, I personally like to say Thank you for your service and thank you for being open and honest in this thread.