Morgan gets good grades, takes auto body classes

Posted at 6:00 AM, Nov 20, 2016
and last updated 2016-11-20 06:00:12-05

RICHMOND, Va. — Morgan is a very loving person with a bubbly personality.

She is also determined and is great about voicing her opinion.

Morgan is a senior this year at her local high school and has done outstanding thus far.

On Morgan’s midterm report, it stated that she had received all As in her classes.

Morgan enjoys going to school and is also taking auto body classes at the local vocational school.

Morgan has played multiple sports throughout her childhood and has recently voiced that she wants to start wrestling for her school.

Recently, her eagerness to learn and to plan for her future has increased greatly.

Morgan has voiced that she would love to go to college once she graduates.

She researches schools and courses on her own to see where she might be interested in attending and what type of major she might like to pursue.

Morgan has obtained her Learner’s Permit and will be working through her high school to complete the Behind the Wheel Course.

She has even already started searching for an affordable car that she could purchase once she finds a job that interests her.

Morgan has multiple siblings, but only contacts one half-sister occasionally.

Morgan also maintains contact with her biological father.

Morgan desires a loving home with two parents who are attentive listeners, patient, and understand that Morgan needs consistency.

Morgan wants an adoptive home that already has pets or is willing to allow her to have a pet.

She also desires to live with an active family who enjoys doing many family activities.

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