I'm 21, I recovered significantly after half a dozen med changes, what works for me is a combination of two antipsychotics. What works for me may not work for you. But from some stuff I've seen recently more medication, or medication at all, is not always better. You want to have a future, right? Like friends and school, maybe work, just like you did before schizophrenia. For some the best path is with more medication, while for others it is not. The only way to find out what is right for you is through experimentation, of course you must get the go-ahead from a physician and be monitored the entire time.
Tell your parents to research schizohprenia, as your caregivers they must know as much as they can. I will post a link for an article they ought to read. Bring them to the computer and have them read it, maybe choose a time when they are less stressed. Read it yourself, knowing more about your illness can only benefit you: