Belton High School students prepare for VEX Robotics World Championship

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BELTON, Mo. -- A group of students from Belton High School will travel to Louisville, Ky. to compete against others at the 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship.

More than 800 teams will compete against each other for a chance at becoming the world champions.

The four-day competition is expected to draw competitors from more than two dozen countries.

Students at Belton High School have been using Project Lead the Way's science and math curriculum to prepare for the competition and future careers.