Marietta School of Organic Education


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.


Please join us Thursday, December 8th at 9:00 just South of the Fairhope Pier for the installation of the Beach Clean-up Stations built by the Organic School students. This was a project in coordination with Marietta Johnson Museum, the City of Fairhope & All One Ocean. Our hope is that everyone will do their part to keep the Mobile Bay clean! A big thanks to all who helped. ... See MoreSee Less

Please join us Thursday, December 8th at 9:00 just South of the Fairhope Pier for the installation of the Beach Clean-up Stations built by the Organic School students. This was a project in coordination with Marietta Johnson Museum, the City of Fairhope & All One Ocean. Our hope is that everyone will do their part to keep the Mobile Bay clean! A big thanks to all who helped.

We are so Thankful for our wonderful students , their family members, & the community! Please join us on November 17th from 11:30-1:00 for our annual Thanksgiving feast! The students have worked hard to grow some of food, prepare it, and learn the importance of supporting the local economy. I hope you can join us. ... See MoreSee Less

We are so Thankful for our wonderful students , their family members, & the community! Please join us on November 17th from 11:30-1:00 for our annual Thanksgiving feast! The students have worked hard to grow some of food, prepare it, and learn the importance of supporting the local economy.  I hope you can join us.

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Students in 3rd and 4th life studied Animal Cells today. After watching a short video, students used their books and worked in groups to create an Animal Cell out of random items. Cell parts were labeled and defined. Great projects resulted!!
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Students in 3rd and 4th life studied Animal Cells today. After watching a short video, students used their books and worked in groups to create an Animal Cell out of random items. Cell parts were labeled and defined. Great projects resulted!!