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The study investigated e-learning participation among senior secondary school students during COVID-19 in Epe local government area of Lagos State. This is to ascertain the level of students’ participation in using e-learning platforms in Epe local government area of Lagos State. The descriptive research design was adopted, while a multi-stage sampling procedure was used, stratified sampling technique was used to select senior secondary school in Epe local government area. While simple random sampling method was employed to select 195 students (116 males and 79 females) participant in the study. A structured questionnaire tagged “tagged Questionnaire on Senior Secondary Students E-learning Participation (QSSSELP) with the reliability coefficient of 0.98 was used for data collected. Three research questions were answered in the course of the study. The result showed that student level of participation in e-learning during CIVID-19 pandemic lockdown was low, despite the high level of benefit gained from using the platform and electricity supply, system breakdown and financial constrain were identified as factors militating against the use of the platform. Recommendations were made on how to improve students’ use of el-learning facilities.