Higher education is exceedingly being delivered online through learning-management-systems. Students must continuously use these systems to perform their academic tasks. Therefore, it is important that LMS designers and institutions clearly understand what factors influence students’ behavior towards the continued use of LMS. This research-in-progress aims to improve understanding on students’ continuance intentions towards LMS. It proposes a model by integrating three theories - Expectation-Confirmation, Self-efficacy, and Flow - to explain continuance behavior. To test this model, a research plan is laid out involving a questionnaire survey for data collection, and appropriate statistics for data analysis. Findings will inform academicians and designers how to ensure the continued use of LMS by students.