Sarah Wroth began her training at the Frederick School of Classical Ballet in Frederick, Maryland, under the tutelage of Joyce Morrison. In 2003 Wroth graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Ballet and Education from Indiana University.
Wroth's repertory with Boston Ballet includes Jiří Kylián's Bella Figura, William Forsythe's The Second Detail, Jorma Elo's Awake Only, Carmen and Elo Experience, Twyla Tharp's In the Upper Room and Helen Pickett's Etesian and Eventide. Wroth has also performed soloist roles in George Balanchine's Coppélia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Symphony in Three Movements, Symphony in C, and Jewels, Jerome Robbins' Fancy Free, John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet, and Mikko Nissinen's The Nutcracker and Swan Lake.
Wroth has also taught part-time for Boston Ballet School since 2004 and has taught for both the Boston and Newton Summer Dance Programs. In 2005 she began teaching for Boston Ballet's Adaptive Dance, a program designed to provide dance education for students with special needs.
In Spring 2015, Wroth earned her Masters Degree in Nonprofit Management from Northeastern University College of Professional Studies.