I didn't ask to start a malware removal school, I'm asking if you have one SIMILAR to that type of school, but with BSOD analyses.
Welcome to Sysnative :)
To add to what Corrine has already said, we have no intention of making a BSOD school here, and I doubt it will ever happen, and certainly not soon. That is not how we do things here. We have all our tutorials available for anyone to read, and you can get access to our private areas and tools simply by asking jcgriff2. Everyone is actively encouraged to ask as many questions as they have, and we will do our best to answer them. Also, anyone may post in the BSOD forum for practice. We don't force everyone through a formal school like malware removal schools do (but they do that for good reason). We just make everything available to all. I hope this helps :)
I will link some of our introductory stuff below.
If you have never debugged a BSOD before, have no idea where to start, which tools you need, or how to get them set up, see here: BSOD Analysis - Getting Started
Once you have done that, and learned the absolute basics, you should learn a few more of the tricks the tools have to offer. This amazing thread should sort that out: BSOD Methods & Tips
After that, you just need lots of practice, and little tit-bits of information. Basically all of VirGnarus's posts will teach you (and me!) something new, as will many of the other analysts. Some of these, although by no means all, have been collected together here: https://www.sysnative.com/forums/showthread.php/1766-Most-Notable-BSOD-Kernel-Dump-Analysis-posts
Other tutorials and information snippets by VirGnarus here: BSOD Kernel Dump Analysis Debugging Information
And if you are serious, I strongly recommend that you ask jcgriff2 for access to our tools, although the above tutorials should already be available to you.
This is a complicated subject, and it will take you a while to work through all that, but if you can read and absorb at least a little of the first two linked threads, then you will be well on your way to BSOD debugging greatness :)
I hope you enjoy your time here, and once again I would like to stress that you should ask any, and as many, questions as you have. Good luck!