The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between job involvement and organizational climate in physical education teachers in high schools of Ahvaz city. The statistical population consisted of all male and female physical education teachers in the city of Ahvaz who were selected as the sample of this study (N=n=146). Methodology of this field study was descriptive – correlation. A research-made demographic questionnaire, the standard job involvement questionnaire of Edwards and Kilpatrick and standard organizational climate questionnaire of Sussman and Deep were used to gather the data. The questionnaire reliabilities were determined as 0.74 and 0.83 respectively using Cronbach’s alpha. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyze the data (p<0.05). Descriptive findings showed that mean job involvement in both male and female teachers was the same (52.55 vs 52.96). Mean climate of boys’ high schools was lower than that of girls’ high schools (57.94 vs 60.32). There was a positive significant relationship between job involvement and organizational climate in teachers (r=0.45, P=0.001). There was no significant difference between organizational climate (P=0.236, t=-1.19) and job involvement (t=1.68, P= 0.17) in four educational districts in the city of Ahvaz (P=0.71, t=0.45). There was no significant difference in job involvement between male and female teachers (t=0.348, P=0.729). Finally, there was no significant relationship between job involvement and subjects' demographic characteristics such as age, gender, marital status, employment status and years of service. It is suggested that principals of high schools enhance job involvement in teachers through preparing a fair and optimal climate.