In the Fall of 2018, I spent the semester working with and learning from the students at Rocky Mountain High School in Fort Collins, Colorado. I would be at RMHS twice per week on Tuesdays and Thursday mornings. For the first quarter, I spent my time teaching and learning in a Videography I class. This class posed some great challenges, but also was quite rewarding. Videography is a content that I am not very familiar with, so it was a great experience learning the skills and techniques along with the students. This allowed me to build strong relationships with students. For the second quarter, I taught a group of students in a 2-D Design course; an introductory art course. Students began developing mastery and skills with a variety of drawing materials and refined their observation skills by drawing. This class was very hands on for the students, and it was a wonderful experience watching students express themselves artistically in this quarter. Overall, my time at Rocky Mountain High School was extremely beneficial to me as an emerging teacher. The school community is truly very positive, and unlike any school that I have ever worked in before. Each day I walked through the doors, I felt welcomed by both the staff and students. I learned so much from my experiences in this semester on how to develop into a champion teacher.