Mobile learning is emerging as the new paradigm of modern education. Mobile learning has the potential to allow students to more closely integrate learning activities into their activities. In this study, we enhance the technology acceptance model to explain the factors that influence the acceptance of mobile technology and application for learning. This study determines the key factors influencing the behavioral intention for the adoption of mobile learning. From literature study, several external variables are incorporated into the Technology Acceptance Model. These variables are self-efficacy, subjective norm, content quality, playfulness, perceived enjoyment, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use and attitude. This model will be tested in several high schools in suburban Jakarta with respondents students from grade 10 until grade 12.