"Work hard and get your name out there," said Graber.
That's exactly what Sarah is trying to do, as her dreams will eventually take her away from her hometown of Orofino.
"Go into the music business, and there's not much you can do for that in Idaho," said Graber.
She knows that she's chasing a dream that isn't easy to reach, but that doesn't bother her.
"Go out there and find something you love to do," said Graber.
Sarah has been accepted to Seattle University, where she'll study business.
"I've been working hard my entire high school career and I just need a change of pace from Idaho," said Graber.
Getting good grades while participating in school athletics can be a difficult task, but Sarah says it all comes down to finding balance.
"Cheerleading practice takes up a lot of time, so I'd get done with that,and go home and do homework," said Graber.
This is Sarah's last year as an Orofino Maniac and she's looking forward to the future.
"I want to do something different, I want to venture," said Graber.