At the moment I am currently 15 and a member of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets and still in high school. Once i come out of High School I wish to start a path on becoming a Pilot
Good! I was in your shoes 10 years ago and I got my CF pilot wings last month! Don't let anyone tell you you can't, because it's not true.
I have read several forms saying that i can start as a Bush Pilot, or go through the military and jump to the top. Yet i have searched many Universities and found most of them don't really help much so I am wondering which Royal Military College I should join
You WILL need a degree of some sort (any degree) to become a pilot in the Canadian Forces.
You have a few options:
1-Do your degree the civy then apply for pilot;
2-Apply for ROTP (Regular Officer Training Plan) for pilot. Basically they pay your education (degree) and give you a salary while doing it then you go on pilot training. Your degree can be at RMC or somewhere else.
3-Do your flight training the civilian way at an accredited school then apply in the CF under the CEOTP (Continuous Education Officer Training Plan). Basically, once you're enrolled, you have 9 years to complete your degree (in anything, pilot training doesn't count towards any degree).
I personally went option number 2 and went through RMC. It took me a total of 8 years, 1 month and 8 days to get my wings (from enrolment)
But not necessarily a CF-18 Pilot, just a pilot of some sort, I love flying but in a CF-18 as I understand can be pretty dangerous as its quite complicated machine in a tight space and with ALOT of thinking, and partially on unconscious level.
Any kind of flying will be a LOT of work, lot of thinking and will be dangerous. Every aircraft the CF operates are quite more complicated than the typical small charter turboprop that you will find at your local airport. The training isn't easy (far from there) but it is very challenging. But you are right, fighters are quite more space restricted than multi or helos. However, everybody has to go through the Harvard II which is somewhat small as well.
As well, I am going to get my Glider and Power License through Cadets (I Hope).
Good, I did my Glider Pilot License in 1999. Never got to do the PPL, I enrolled before... At age 16.
Yet some companies still demand for a degree in Physics.
Never heard anything like that. I've been involved in aviation for 13 years.
Also I hear that to get into RMC, you need a very high average, but there are some acceptions granted to Cadets, and I was wondering if this was true on some sort of basis.
You will need to compete against quite a bit of people. You need good marks but not incredibly high marks. Lots of people in my year were in the mid-70s and got accepted at RMC. The pilot trade is also very competitive. I'm not sure if they select people with their marks.
Never heard of ANY exception because you were cadet. It may help you get more points on the board, but it won't give you a free pass.