No. There are five types of schizophrenia, some overlapping, but each affecting behavior in a different way. Moreover, there are varying degrees within each category.
The five types are:
Paranoid schizophrenia -- This results in feelings of persecution that sometimes alternate with grandiosity.
Disorganized schizophrenia -- This causes primarily incoherent speech or thought, but may not involve delusions.
Catatonic schizophrenia -- In this instance there is total withdrawal from reality causing a person to not speak, assume bizarre body positions, and appear to be in almost a trance-like state.
Residual schizophrenia -- While classic signs of schizophrenia may no longer be a problem, such as delusions, patients still have very little or no motivation or drive and little interest in life.
Schizoaffective disorder -- This is a combined diagnosis that involves the classic symptoms of schizophrenia along with those of a mood disorder such as bipolar disorder (sometimes called manic depression) or major depression.