Scoring a 30 or higher is quite hard to do. You do know what the test entails, I hope? Its scaled to 36 and is quite a difficult test. Probably about 5% of our kids get that score or higher. Nationally, the average on the whole thing is about 22 or so.
BTW: To even be considered for my alma mater (Michigan), you need a 24 to even be considered, while a 28 makes it likely you’ll get in, all other things being equal. To get in with a 24, you used to have to be black (I saw their grid).
At my public high school in southern Oklahoma, we had about a half-dozen out of ~100 students break 30 in my graduating class. There were a half-dozen more who, if they did not break 30, were very close. Our class was not extraordinary among other graduating classes from this school.
Perhaps my school really is something special, but I suspect that the standardized tests are just being dumbed down.
Regardless, from my perspective scoring over 30 on the ACT isn’t a big deal and merely proves that a student is good at standardized tests and is marginally intelligent. Nothing more.
If you made your wager at my high school, you’d be bald pretty much all school year, every school year.