I'd be thinking more beginner too.
Can you stay on bucking horse, bolting, rearing, and know what to do to stop that? Can you ride a horse that you don't know anything about, other than it is trained to ride, and not run into problems with one that won't leave the barn, or throws a fit over leaving its buddies?
Can you pick up on problems when you are up, such as lameness, bitting problems, soreness?
Do you look ahead to identify potential problems and have it in your head what to do if something happens?
To me, those are just as important as the side passing, bending, and such as you say you can do.
And sadly, at your age? I've seen very few advanced riders, usually those children have parents who are trainers, or are being raised on a ranch where riding horses is as much a part of their lives as breathing. They ridden every single day, and can ride most of the horses on the place.
They can lead, feed, diagnose, tack, groom, and control all sorts of horses, which is all part of being a strong rider.
Horses make me a better person.