Jackson Middle School is renovating its original outdoor classroom courtyard which was established in 2017 with three garden beds. We have determined that this area needs restructuring to accommodate the ever-changing educational landscape that has been greatly impacted by the global pandemic. This learning space will function as a flexible area that can be used across all academic disciplines enabling teachers of all subjects to use the learning zones. We envision this newly designed outdoor learning space as one that will accommodate all students to offer accessible paths, and sensory zones with hands-on, exhibit-type features for exploration at various academic levels. The space will include learning stations outlined by the Alabama Wildlife Federation/Alabama Outdoor Classroom program: cardinal direction and weather station, decomposition station, pollinator hotel station, songbird sanctuary, and sensory garden. We seek to create a multipurpose, flexible teaching and learning space that will promote cross-curricular instruction with our horticultural garden program at the center of project-based learning.