Fountain-Fort Carson High School (also commonly referred to as FFCHS) is a public high school in Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8 that serves the City of Fountain and nearby Fort Carson. It has gained national attention for its close ties to the military, as a large percentage of students live on nearby Fort Carson. Approximately 40% of all students have either one or both parents who are on active duty in the military. The school's mascot is a Trojan warrior. Approximately 1700 students learn from 106 full time faculty members and countless administrators and support staff.

The FFCHS band program has in recent years become competitive in state level competition. The marching band went to the Colorado Bandmaster's Association (CBA) competition for the first time in 2004. Most recently the Fountain- Fort Carson High school Marching Band Placed earned 5th Place in the fall 2009 State Marching Competition under the direction of Randal Rabito. The FFCHS Jazz Band also placed first in the Jazz Band section of the Cañon City Blossom Festival in 2002 and 2003 under the direction of Fred Schwartz.