The current study was planned to explore the correlation between organizational climate of secondary schools and secondary school teachers‟ job satisfaction. All the public sector secondary school teachers and their heads working in the province of the Punjab were the population of the study. The sample was selected by using convenient sampling technique. The sample consisted of 48 head teachers and one hundred and ninety two secondary school teachers (males and females) belonging to district Okara. Pearson product moment r was applied for analysis of data. The results of the study revealed a positive and significant correlation between organizational climate and teachers‟ job satisfaction for both male and female teachers. However, the evidence showed that female teachers were diffident while working in open climate and male teachers are cautious of working in close climate. It is recommended that the job satisfaction level of teachers may be improved to provide a climate more suitable and close to their nature.