Meet Noah

Noah is excited to share some of his story through our In-Depth Profiles, a NWAE project that empowers teens to speak directly to potential adoptive families. Learn more about In-Depth Profiles.

Loves: Being outdoors
Can teach you about: Rare animals
Favorite rare animal: Axolotl
Wants to find: An adoptive family

Adoptive families who enjoy the outdoors, sports, and athleticism may be interested in getting to know a bit more about Noah, who is a natural athlete. He’s extremely active, enjoys playing with other kids, and is a soccer superstar. When he isn’t kicking field goals, Noah is likely playing video games or dreaming of his next hiking or fishing trip. Any and everything outdoors is appealing to Noah.

Noah's social worker, Carol, shares some of her favorite things about Noah.

An intelligent kid, Noah can tell you anything you want to know about someone of the rarest, strangest animals out there. Noah loves learning about new animals and finding out interesting facts that he can share with everyone!

Noah's Dream Pets: Camel spider, axolotl, whip scorpion.

Noah has some wild dreams about the pets he would like to have in the future!

Currently in the 7th grade, Noah continues to do well. One-on-one attention from his teachers and mentors is one of the best ways for Noah to be successful in school, which is a bit trickier through virtual learning. An adoptive family who can help guide and motivate Noah as he continues to navigate his school years will be really beneficial for him. Noah has stated that he may want to be a scientist or zoologist one day. He really likes animals and is interested in learning more about them, potentially a passion he can combine with his future goals.

Noah's Future Resume: Biologist, zoologist, herpetologist, marine biologist, entomologist.

Noah is interested in pursing a career in one of many different -ologies!

Noah has a good relationship with his siblings. An adoptive family who will help maintain those bonds throughout his life will be essential.

An adoptive family with two parents with a strong paternal presence may be the best fit for Noah. A family where Noah can be the only child or the youngest of much older siblings is essential. An adoptive family who can help teach Noah how to express himself and work through his feelings will be really great for him. Noah is a great kid who will do best with lots of structure, consistency, and patience. He will make a great addition to the right adoptive family.

If you can see Noah in yours, reach out to us! We’re excited to find him the adoptive family he deserves.

Could you see Noah as part of your family?