Not any more, apparently. According to guidelines published in late 2017 by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association, the new normal is under 120/80, and 120-129/80 is 'elevated'. That puts 130+ and/or 80+ and up in the hypertension category.
On the plus side, that brings a lot of people who were at risk for heart disease (etc) but weren't considered that way into the fold. That can potentially save a lot of lives.
On the minus side, that also puts a lot of people who are not in danger into a category that exposes them to unnecessary treatment and risky side effects.
The proper course of treatment is between you and your doctor, and, who knows, it may turn out that you really only need to make some lifestyle changes. If you could stand to lose a few pounds, get on that and then review the need for medication periodically.