While I can't speak from experience from any architectural background, I can speak from experience of being on the fence about a career path. In my opinion, if being an architect is something you are passionate about and something you're wanting to learn more about, go for it. I am currently a student at Grand Canyon University and was very hesitant about my chosen major. School was never something important to me and I ended up dropping out for a little bit before learning about my program at GCU. I had a 1.9 GPA in high school and junior college and now that I'm studying something I'm passionate about, I have 3.8. My advice is GO FOR IT. If you end up not liking it, explore a new major! You only get to live this life once, so live it doing the things you want to do and pushing yourself to the fullest. :)
I always caution young people about school. Don't take out loans and if you do, make sure you have a clear path to repay the money. Don't go in serious debt for a degree. There are much better ways to get the education and experience you need to be successful. Good Luck!