Jack is a handsome boy adopted from Asia in June 2014 and is 9 years old.
In his private Christian school, Jack is in 2nd grade and doing fairly well. He gets good grades in school and is learning English very quickly. In the orphanage he was considered a favorite. In school here in the U.S. he is fairly obedient and respectful of his teachers.
Jack is active, plays soccer, runs, and functions normally in all respects. He is strong and athletic. Jack likes animals and is good with pets. He is tall, has a great appetite, and likes to try new foods.
He gets along well with older kids and adults. Jack is currently staying with some of his family’s friends who have two Korean teenage boys, and he is doing extremely well. Jack needs to be in a home without children younger than at least age 11.
For all purposes, Jack is a nice-looking, active boy, not on any medication, who has a manageable special need. He is would do great in a home with older brothers or sisters. He has no diagnosed emotional or mental health need.
His parents would prefer a Christian home. If you have any questions about this, please ask.
This is a private adoption, so a state or foster home study might not work. A state authorized private domestic or international home study is generally required. Due to state laws, we are not able to place this child in FL, NY, CT, MA, NV, ND or DE.
Adoption is a legal process so there are costs for this adoption. Those eligible for the tax credit will receive all the funds back that they spent on this adoption.