Christopher Ho is a Junior at Seven Lakes High School (SLHS) who has a passion for both nonprofit administration and working with youth, having held a variety of instructional and coaching positions. Inspired by his firsthand experience volunteering at a local Indonesian orphanage as a child, Chris established and currently directs Zenith Outreach as a versatile platform through which high school students can simultaneously help serve both their local communities and others in need around the world.
He is a UIL District Champion for Chemistry, Physics, Number Sense, Calculator, and Mathematics, and has ranked in the top 3 in the TMSCA State Championship for overall ranking and in all 3 math categories. He is also a 3-time USA Math Talent Search (USAMTS) Medalist, a 5-time American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) Qualifier as an AMC school top scorer, and has written the USA Math Olympiads 3 times.
Outside of math, he is a USA Coding Olympiad (USACO) Gold Division Competitor, a US Presidential Service Award Gold Medal Recipient, a Scholastic Art & Writing National Gold Medal Recipient, and a US Patent Holder. In addition to leading Zenith Outreach, he also actively serves as a Seven Lakes Mu Alpha Theta Officer, and competes on the SLHS varsity swim team. In his free time, he enjoys photography, giving swim lessons, and running half marathons, among other activities.