It is during teenage years that people starts to encounter issues about their self-worth and their relationship with others. As a result, several problems in the society brought by these issues are experienced. It is therefore important that teenagers have an avenue for open communication among themselves and with adults where they can openly express their thoughts and sentiments to keep them from succumbing to dreadful activities. The purpose of this study is to improve the communication between teens and their parents through a web-based portal. Using Applied Research Method, the researchers gathered pertinent information and then formulated questions to form part of the portal. Through answering these questions, teenagers’ sentiments and problems being encountered could be determined. The development of the portal was made easier with the use of Scrum Process Model which allowed and somehow required the researchers to work more often with better result for every sprint. At the end of the study, the researchers were able to draw significant findings on the identification of existing problems between parents and teens. With these results, the researchers are positive that this will somehow, if not totally, help bridge the communication gap between parents and teens.