Have you sought out modeling schools in your area? The bigger and more famous the modeling school, the more expensive the tuition is going to be, however, the connections and opportunities that you may come into contact with at a larger, more well known school like this may be worth the higher price of admission. Smaller modeling schools may not be able to provide you with these kinds of resources, and you may get through with one and find yourself in very much the same boat you were in before enrolling.
The flip side of going to a smaller modeling school is that you may have more one on one attention from your professors, you may develop closer relationships with both your peers and your teachers, and possibly administrators, because they have more of an inclination to taking a hands-on approach to teaching because of the more intimate environment of a smaller school. Modeling schools of this nature may turn out to be a better deal for some because of this fact, and the relationships that can develop out of them.
Modeling schools have many different faces aside from merely being bigger or smaller, more intimate, or well known. Some are more geared towards fashion modeling, while others may lean towards giving you a kind of well rounded understanding of modeling that will give you skills to help you have a more professional approach to all different types of modeling. When you are researching modeling schools you should pay attention to whether they have job placement programs that help you get work after graduation, or if they are listed with reputable agencies as accredited schools.