From The Cincinnati Enquirer: After three years of construction, the new $19 million Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School in Cincinnati is ready to welcome students.The 600-student building has wireless Internet access throughout the new building and nine computer labs equipped with Macs and PCs. Every classroom has fiber-optic cable, a DVD system and wireless microphones for teachers. It has a 900-seat gym and overflow space where spectators can watch on TV. Taft also sports a 31,700-square-foot green roof, the largest in the region. The architect is VSWC.