College - Career Readiness
Harrison School District Two is proud to have concurrent enrollment partnerships with Colorado State University Pueblo, Pikes Peak Community College and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
Concurrent enrollment opportunities exist at both of our HSD2 high schools and allow our students to take college credit-bearing courses while they are still in high school. These courses are offered for nominal fees or at no cost to the student and their family. Depending on the course, students will receive instruction in one of the following manners:
- Courses taught at the high school campus by professors employed by the district.
- Courses taught at the high school campus by professors employed by the college/university.
- Courses taught at the college/university campus by professors employed by the college/university.
Concurrent enrollment is a low cost to no cost opportunity for students to gain college credits prior to high school graduation. There are numerous benefits to this approach. Check with your high school counseling department for specifics on concurrent enrollment and whether it is right for your student.
Career & Technical Education (CTE)
Woody Longmire, Coordinator for College-Career Readiness and Career & Technical Education (CTE)
Lilika Belet - Concurrent Enrollment Site Coordinator
Sociology Adjunct Professor
Lilika Belet is the Concurrent Enrollment Site Coordinator and an adjunct professor in Harrison School District #2. She teaches Sociology through the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) and Advanced Academic Achievement through Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) for the concurrent enrollment program.
Professor Belet graduated with her Associates of Arts in Social Science from Jefferson Community College in Watertown, New York and with her Bachelor of Science in Social Theory, Social Structure and Change from Empire State College in Saratoga Springs, New York. She went on to graduate from UCCS with her Master of Arts in Sociology with a Graduate Certificate in Teaching Sociology and is currently working on her PhD in Educational Leadership, Research, and Policy also at UCCS.
Professor Belet has taught at UCCS in the Sociology department since 2014 and at PPCC in the Sociology department since 2015. She has taught concurrent enrollment in District #2 since 2015 and in several school districts in the Pikes Peak region.
Molly Cotner, Sociology ProfessorMolly earned her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Colorado State University-Pueblo. After working as a television news producer and later as a morning show radio DJ, she went on to graduate with her Master of Arts in Sociology at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.Molly is currently an instructor in the Sociology and Women and Ethnic Studies departments at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. She teaches Advanced Academic Achievement and Sociology through Pikes Peak Community College for concurrent enrollment.
Ali Duran - Concurrent Enrollment Site Coordinator
Early Childhood Education and Marketing Instructor
I am a proud Michigan State University graduate with a B.S. in Merchandising Management and a M.A. in Education. I came to Colorado to pursue my dreams of being a buyer for the Broadmoor Golf Club. I have spent years in the business industry and landed into the position of teaching young students the ins and outs of the business world. I truly can’t envision myself anywhere else than the classroom! Along with teaching Marketing, I also teach my other passion of Early Childhood Education. I firmly believe that every student has a path, and we as educators need to help them discover it.
Rob Houghton, Computer Science & Cyber Security Instructor
Rob Houghton, a Harrison High School graduate himself, started off on the Command Line in 1990 as a second grade student. He first began using MS-DoS, over time moving to Linux. By middle school, he learned enough C++ to modify a video game that was quite popular at that time. In high school, he began developing websites with GeoCities while also running track as a Panther, and editing Harrison's school paper The Pawprint. Once in College, Rob pursued a degree in Economics while running for Adams State University.
Following graduation, he began a long and fulfilling career teaching in a variety of positions within Harrison District 2. For a short time, he worked as an IT Specialist at Secure Media Keepers where he grew a passion for Cybersecurity. Now, students from across HSD2 can learn to combat cyber threats while also preparing for a variety of technology certifications. These certifications include the areas of hardware, networking, and information security.
Jeff Stuber, Building & Construction Technology Professor
Jeff started his construction career as an apprentice electrician in the fall of 1982, with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 540 in Canton OH. He completed his apprenticeship and became a Journeyman Inside Wireman. He worked on many projects including power plants, steel mills, and schools. Through his involvement with apprenticeship training, Jeff went on to become the Training Director at the Greater Stark County Electrical Trades Center.
Jeff received his Bachelor of Arts in Labor Education from the National Labor College in Silver Spring MD. He accepted an instructor position at Southwestern Community College in Creston IA and developed a progressive electrical program. Jeff was invited to start the construction program at the Career Readiness Academy in D2 and recently joined the PPCC construction team as an adjunct professor teaching basic carpentry and safety.
Lisa Wolfe, English Professor
I attended Pikes Peak Community College where I earned an Associate's Degree in 2000. After graduating from PPCC, I attended Colorado College where I earned a Bachelor's degree in English and creative writing. I continued on at Colorado College and earned a Master's Degree in Secondary Teaching. I taught middle school for eight years for Colorado Springs School District 11. In 2013, I began teaching at Pikes Peak Community College in the concurrent enrollment program for Harrison School District 2. I am now teaching composition and literature for CSU Pueblo for Harrison School District 2.
Dr. Tony Wolusky, Political Science Professor
I have been teaching political science, criminal justice, criminology, business law and paralegal studies for over 28 years, both online and in traditional face-to-face classroom settings. I hold a B.S. (International Affairs) from the USAF Academy, an M.Ed. (Counseling) from Montana State University, a J.D. from Golden Gate University School of Law, an M.A. (International Relations) from Salve Regina University, and a Ph.D. (Education Technology Management) from Northcentral University.
I also served in the US Air Force for 28 years. I was raised in Boston but left there in 1976 to join the Air Force and see the world. After graduating from the Air Force Academy, I served as an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Launch Officer during the height of the Cold War, then taught political science and military law at St. Michael’s College, Winooski, Vermont, as an AFROTC instructor. I then elected to go into the Reserves as an intelligence officer while attending law school in San Francisco. I became a Deputy DA in San Bernardino, California, after law school, but later decided to go back into the active duty Air Force as a judge advocate (JAG) and went to Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Over the next 14 years as a JAG, I served as a prosecutor as well as a defense attorney, ultimately litigating 35 trials for offenses up to premeditated murder. I served as a military attorney not only in Germany, but across the U.S., Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Bosnia. In Bosnia, I served as part of NATO’s SFOR (Stabilization Force) and as a member of the U.S. Joint Interagency Task Force with the mission to monitor terrorism in the Balkans and apprehend war criminals. I was in Saudi Arabia in 1996 immediately after the terrorist attack on U.S. Air Force personnel at the Khobar Towers in Dhahran and provided operational law guidance for our response to that attack. I returned to the USAF Academy as an Associate Professor of Law and, later, as a senior legal advisor to the Superintendent. I retired from the Air Force in 2004 and settled in Colorado Springs, Colorado. I served as Commander, VFW Post 7829, Monument, Colorado, for 4 years, then the Colorado VFW State Judge Advocate, and served as the National VFW Judge Advocate General (2016-2017). I am now the Colorado VFW JAG. I also enjoy trail running in the mountains of Colorado.