Ahmad Mouaz al-Khatib Library
The article was published in the society's periodical, published by Mohammad al-Khatib. The school was opened after the 1925 French assalt on Damascus and offered morning classes at 9:00 am and evening ones after 5:00 pm. Among its instructors:
Religion Classes: Mazhar al-Azma (future minister of agriculture) and editor of the society's magazine - Subhi al-Sabbagh, judge at the Sharia Court of Damascus - Mustapha al-Zarka of the Faculty of Law at Damascus University, who later became cabinet minister - Said al-Ahmar, graduate of al-Azhar in Cairo.
Mathematics: Rushdi Barakat, Director of Education in Damascus and math instructor at the prestigious Tajheez School - Wajih al-Qudsi from al-Tajheez - Farid al-Sukkari, a Paris-trained math instructor - Munir al-Barudi, a math instructor from Hama.
Science: Antoune Hinnawi from al-Tajheez - Hashem al-Faseeh, the director of al-Tajheez School - Taher al-Muradi of al-Tajheez and Damascus University - Shihab al-Din al-Saadi, head of the Labs at the Damascus Department of Education - Kamel Kurkatli, the Paris-trained instruction at the Chemistry Department.
Arabic Language: Abdul Hadi Hashem of al-Tajheez - Yassin Tarboush, instructor of Arabic at al-Tajheez - Abdul Fattah Ghandour
History and Geography: Ala al-Din Khani, PhD in History from Paris - Salah al-Saadi, instructor of history at al-Tajheez - Adel Kaltakji - Hamdi Tarabein, an author of geography books.
Manners and Education: Wahid al-Din al-Hakim
Painting: Said Tahseen Bey, the renowned Syrian artist and former instrctor of arts in Baghdad.
Music: Hamdi Tarabein
Sports: Mahmud al-Bahra, the sports instrctor at al-Tajheez and at the Damascus Police and Fire Department
Foreign Languages: Joseph Sabeh, instructor of French literature at al-Tajheez - Ali al-Asa'ad, owner of a private academy for foreign languages.