Tell me, figure skaters and fans, if this sounds right ... when you mention figure skating to someone, they almost always think of a girl training for the Olympics. There was a brief time (circa 1994 - 1998) when people thought of Nancy and/or Tonya, but we're back to the girl (probably 10 - 15 years of age) on her way to the Olympics.
That's not what the novel, Ice Charades, is about. It's not for young girls. If it were to be rated like movies are, it would be somewhere between PG-13 and R. No violence, some swearing, some sexual situations.
I think the closest rating, one that is used in other countries, is MA15+. It means not suitable for people under 15.
After all, Sue Olson, the protagonist of the novel is nineteen, a sophomore in college, and sets out to skate in an adult world with adult situations. But I would recommend this for any figure skater who is approaching eighteen -- the age you need to be to be hired for most shows -- who is thinking of joining an ice show. And I would recommend it for the parents too!