This study examined the relationship among the organizational climate of the nursing departments of selected schools in Cabanatuan City and its Nursing Licensure Examination (NLE) performance. The study utilized purposive sampling technique and survey questionnaire with a total of 43 full-time faculty members, since 2007- present, in four selected nursing departments. Later, the study revealed that there is a significant difference between their organizational climates and moderate correlation was detected between their perceived climates and their NLE performance. The study states that organizational climate can affect the NLE performance, which is consistent with the research of Lindahl (2006). It is highly recommended that the nursing departments A & B should enhance their leadership skills, by providing programs, seminars, and workshops regarding leadership enhancement. Moreover, the physical environment of nursing departments C & D with regards to classroom, by providing additional materials and equipment necessary for teaching and learning purposes.