At the age of three, Chancellor O'Bryant could memorize and recite all of the U.S. Presidents and could
locate the fifty U.S. states and their capitals on a map. After Chancellor skipped a grade and still felt unchallenged, his parents decided he should be homeschooled. His mother began teaching a rigorous homeschool program, implementing a 'no excuses' regimen. Chancellor flourished, tested on a high school grade level and received high honors by John Hopkins University CTY International Talent Search. He has economics, physics and chemistry tutors and takes advanced mathematical logic classes, while enjoying extra-curricular activities such as guitar, Taekwondo, basketball and Boy Scouts. Chancellor also participates in spelling bees, chess tournaments and First Lego League challenges to appease his competitive side. His dream is to become a software developer, and he already has two projects in mind: a new operating system called Cyborg, and the second, a virtual device that detours neurological signals.
Chancellor is always looking for ways to become smarter and loves big opportunities and competition. In addition to having such a strong intellectual acumen, Chancellor is a go getter who finds solutions to everything. He is definitely one to watch!