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Blair students perform well in business competition office of the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship. The three students each received seed capital investment totaling to start and grow their businesses after participating in this year competition, sponsored and hosted by AOL LLC. NFTE, a nonprofit organization that teaches entrepreneurship and business skills to low income high school students, holds this competition at the end of each school semester as the culmination of its 80 hour entrepreneurship curriculum. Throughout the year, NFTE provides school based and after school programs to teach youth how to start and operate their own businesses. After each program holds an Business Plan Competition, those winning students go on to compete in the Regionwide Business Plan Competition, where top finalists vie for to in seed capital investment. Placing first in this year competition and winning was Aaron Sacks, 15, a sophomore at Montgomery Blair High School and the owner of You On Deck, a start up business providing customized and quality playing cards featuring the names and logos of businesses on the back of each card. The other winners include: Thomas Dent, owner of Fine Foto, Montgomery Blair High School (second place, and Ryan Andrews, owner of Tank Solutions, Montgomery Blair High School (runner up, competition finalists had 10 minutes to present their business plans to the judges, including AOL vice president Ted Leonsis, who scored them on such criteria as professionalism competitive edge, business financials, goals and marketing. Several eastern Montgomery County high schools will be hold graduation ceremonies in the next few weeks. John F. Thursday, DAR Constitution Hall. Thursday, DAR Constitution Hall. Monday, Prince George County Equestrian Center, Routes 4 and 301, Upper Marlboro. Monday, DAR Constitution Hall. Tuesday, DAR Constitution Hall. June 8, DAR Constitution Hall. Georgetown Visitation students perform well on Spanish exam Seventeen Georgetown Visitation students scored in the 99th percentile on the National Spanish Exam, according to a news release from the school. Junior Karen Campion, a Silver Spring resident, scored first in the nation in her category. Other Maryland metro residents scoring in the top 1 percent nationally include senior Jessica Traylor, also from Silver Spring. Items appropriate for School News may be mailed to The Gazette, 8650 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910. Deadline is Wednesday for the following week paper. Rock View ES honored for improvement Rock View Elementary School in Kensington is one of 25 schools in the nation selected as a finalist in the Seventh Annual National School Change Awards program, sponsored by the American Association of School Administrators, Pearson Education, and the Fordham University Graduate School of Education. The award was created in 1999 to recognize formerly underperforming schools that have become exemplary. In the seven years of the award, 474 schools have been nominated from 42 states. Rock View school improvement efforts and status as an award finalist will be recognized at the national awards ceremony July 10 at Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus in New York City. Sierra Leone ambassador scheduled to visit Kennedy HS Ibramhim A. Kamra, the ambassador of Sierra Leone, accompanied by First Secretary Shaku Mesali was scheduled to address a group of John F. Kennedy High School world history May 24, according to a news release from the school. Woodlin to hold 60th anniversary Blake newspaper named best by national organization The Blake Beat, the student newspaper of James Hubert Blake High School, was named the top high school newspaper in America by the Association of Educational Publishers, according to a news release from the school.