Local Robotics Team Honored at White House

The WildStang Robotics Team won a world championship last spring

By Sandra Torres
|  Tuesday, Feb 7, 2012  |  Updated 10:50 AM CDT
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A student from the northwest suburbs will be one of dozens to head to the White House Tuesday to meet President Obama.

Harrison Drake, a senior from Rolling Meadows High School, and his teacher will visit Washington D.C., to represent a local robotics team being recognized at the second annual White House Science Fair.

The WildStang Robotics Team, made up of students from Rolling Meadows, Wheeling and Prospect high schools, won a world championship last spring.

More than 100 students from over 45 states will exhibit their work and be recognized for their achievements at the fair.

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