How Children Learn Organically

Each child enters the world programmed to learn in his own unique way according to his own unique timeline and style.

At the Organic School, children are grouped according to their age, individual learning style and readiness to learn.

We are a private school, founded in 1907 and still going strong! Learn more.

 




We just love this chair that Wayne Miller painted with his favorite character, Black Dog, for the Marietta Johnson School of Organic Education. It will be a perfect spot to sit and read his storybook Black Dog: The Reluctant Pirate to the kids.

Thanks to Martha Walker Miller for the great photo!

The Marietta Johnson School of Organic Education 2018 Fall Festival!

FUN FACT FRIDAY:
The Organic School classes did more than just folk dancing in the early years. We love this photo of the 1929 Girls' Basket Ball Team. Now, if only someone could tell us why they are all No. 0.

Learning to pet animals with a gentle hand teaches empathy and good citizenship, not to mention a lot of fun!

Learning to write a friend's name is part of learning authentic writing skills. Doing it outside on a beautiful day is part of learning at the Organic School

Have you seen our wishlist? That old item sitting around your garage or spare bedroom might be the very thing our school needs! Or maybe you have a little extra room on your shopping list to help us out with paper goods. Either way, we'd be so grateful.
The Marietta Johnson School of Organic Education is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Donors will receive a charitable donation receipt upon request.

Putting on a classroom puppet show is a great opportunity to learn cooperation through creativity.

With the possibility of bad weather looming, please remember that we follow the Baldwin County Public Schools for closures.

MONDAY MEMORIES: Look at all of these bright faces from Ms. Barnett’s Second Life Class in 1995 during the trip on the Dauphin Island ferry. Thanks to Deborah Dale for sending in this great photo.